The First World War memorial cross was unveiled on 15 July 1920 by Sir William Hart Dyke, with later additions for the Second World War.
The war memorial is made of Westhaven granite and takes the form of a Celtic cross on a square tapering shaft, upon a tall, tapering square-based plinth. The cross head is inscribed To our glorious dead 1914-1919 1939-1945. The plinth is inscribed in black lettering with the names of twenty-four local servicemen who lost their lives in the First World War. Additional names were inscribed on the shaft after the Second World War.
The cache is not at this location. You need to look at the names on the main memorial and count how many start with each letter. The cache can be found at:
N51 22. O+I-W B-K+H P+N
E0 12. H+M L+S+T G+C-R
You are looking for a double potted container. Please leave the stamp in it.
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