This is the War Memorial.
First you will need to do some research involving the Memorial.
Starting with the 1914 - 1918 War.
If you find the number of letters in the first name of A. John Coles and minus 2 from your answer this will give A.
If you find the number of letters in the name that George Ewans was enlisted under this will give you B.
Moving on to the 1939 - 1945 War.
If you find the number of the Battalion that George Robert Goss served in, this will give C.
If you find the second number of Charles Havill Cockram's Squadron, this will give you D.
If you find the number of letters in the name of the HM Submarine that Donald Perham served on this will give you E.
To collect the rest of the info you will need to go to the Posted Coords that will take you to the War Memorial. There is plenty of parking in the high street near the Memorial.
If you look across the road from the Memorial you will see a clock that has the Devon Constabulary engraved on it, it also has a date, if you take the last digit of the date and minus 5 from your answer this will give you F.
Also you will need to find a small silver metal plaque on the bulding behind the Memorial, on the plaque there is a date, if you add the first two numbers of the date together and then minus the third number this will giver you G.
By now you should have all the info that you need!
The Final Cache can be found at: N 50 (B)(C+C).(A-A)(E-G)(E-F) W 003 (B-F)(F).(D)(F+G)(A-A)
Here is a Checksum - A+B+C+D+E+F+G = 34
The cache is a fair distance from the War Memorial so we do suggest that you drive to the cache. There is also parking near GZ
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