War Memorial #996 ~ Anstey
Outside St George’s Church in Anstey stands the war memorial bearing the names of twelve soldiers from the village who died in World War I. Their names are read out on Armistice Sunday. A war memorial tablet was erected in the Parish Church and one too in the Congregational Chapel but the parish generally also wished for a further memorial to be erected outside so two trees were taken down in the churchyard and a site obtained for the erection of the memorial. The memorial takes the form of a Celtic cross of grey Cornish granite. It was unveiled and dedicated on a Sunday afternoon at a very impressive service conducted by the Rector.
This is a multi cache and IS NOT at the published coordinates.
The cache is a 2ml tube.
To find the cache:
At the published coordinates you will find a blue sign welcoming you to the church. Check this out.
The phone number at the bottom of the sign is ABCDE FGHIJK.
N 51° JK.D(B+E)C
E 000° AF.CAA
Checksum of all digits in the coordinates = 45
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