In the grounds of St Edmund King & Martyr church can be found a rough textured Celtic cross with a carved stone sword point downwards at the centre. The WW2 names are on a smoothed patch at the base of the shaft. This is on a rough textured stone pedestal with the WW1 inscriptions and names in lead lettering on the smoothed front face. The whole is on a wider pedestal.
The co-ordinates take you to the memorial. Next to it is a bench. Maybe use it, or another one nearby, to sit down and work out the location of the small cliplock box which is a short walk away.
Mick Smith ABCD-EFGH, Raymond Richards JKLM-NPQR
N51 20. D-N E+L H+Q
E0 15. G-J P-R C-A
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