The Wednesbury Wood Green Cemetery was open in 1868, there used to be a chapel replaced by little green area now. Within the cemetery is a war memorial, a significant number of WW1 and WW2 military graves and a monument to the civilian victims of the one and only WW1 Zeppelin raid on the town.
October - March: Monday - Sunday, 9.00am - 4.30pm
April - September: Monday - Sunday, 9.00am - 7.00pm
The cemetery can be accessed from Wood Green Road and Brunswick Park Road. The Wood Green Road is the main road and parking is almost impossible, the Brunswick Park Road is a narrow road around the park where is much easier to find a spot to leave the car.
The final stage can be found at N 52 33.ABC W 002 00.DEF where ABCDEF can be gathered from three stages located very close together:
Stage 1 (start point):
A = number of stones on the top part of foundation just under last inscription, where usually flowers are laid
B = number of words on the last inscription
C = Attack on Wednesbury ?C.1.16
D = Difference in age of the two youngest victims
E = X+Y - plaque unveiled on XY January 2016
F = How many flower decorated fixings
Checksum = 19
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The cache is small a bison tube, bring your own pen and tweezers might be required
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