War Memorial #536 ~ Pampisford
The memorial is to be found in the grounds of St John the Baptist Parish Church, Pamisford west of the south porch by Church Lane. It takes the form of a limestone cross in Mabeau style with an octagonal shaft and plinth mounted on a single step base. The names and the inscription are to be found on the plinth. There are 12 names listed for World War 1 and four for World War 2. The memorial was unveiled circa 1920 the monies being raised by public sponsorship, Designed by R Blomfield (1856-1942). It is a Grade II listed monument.
This is a multi cache and IS NOT at the published coordinates.
The cache is a small screw top beaker.
To find the cache:
At the published coordinates you will find the war memorial. Check this out.
On the side to do with R.A.Morley is a year which is ABCD.
N 52° 06.(A+C)CB
E 000° 11.(A+D)(A+C)D
Checksum of all digits in the coordinates = 51
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