A cache placed to mark the centenary of the end of The Great War in 1918.
You should be standing in the Crayford War Memorial Gardens and all the info required to find the cache can be found in here.
Each Remembrance Sunday a service takes place here. Wreaths are laid and the one minute silence is observed. This year the bell ringers rang 1918 changes of doubles to mark the occasion. 1400 ringers were killed during the war and towers up and down the country have, over the last 4 years, been marking the centenary of their deaths by ringing in their memory.
This memorial was unveiled on 3rd July 1954 and is now Grade II listed.
How many letters does Colonel the Right Honourable the Lord Cornwallis who unveiled the memorial have after his name? A
Including the Builder, how many lines of text are there on this plaque? B
Below the horse, how many white words are there? C
How many women are commemorated on the WW2 board? D
How many Smith and Jones are commemorated on both boards? E & F
On the WW2 board, if His Majesty's Forces is the first title then how many words in the second one? G
The 1.5ml magnetic cache can be found at:
N51 27. F (B*E)+C
E00 10. C+D A+G
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