The War Memorial
The headline coordinates will take you to the main pathway to the porch of the very pretty church in St Ewe.
The War Memorial is on the left of the path just before you reach the porch.
The memorial commemorates the servicemen and one civilian who came from the village and its surrounding area and who lost their lives in WWI and WWII.
There are Church Micro and Village Hall caches in the village which still possesses a pub but no longer has a post office or village shop.
To find this cache you will have to do some on-line research to find the service numbers of some of the men named on the memorial.
In addition, you will need to visit the church porch near the memorial to obtain further numbers.
The following refer to the mens' service numbers:
A = CARHART's 3rd digit
B= WARNE's 1st digit
C= PARSON's 5th digit
E = DIPPLE's 6th digit
F= BAWDEN's 4th digit
G= PERRY's 5th digit
J = DODDRIDGE's 3rd digit
K= BAWDEN's 1st digit
From the church porch:
D = Number of arched beams supporting the porch roof
H = Number of hinges on the church door
The cache can be found at N 50 AB.CDE W 004 FG.HJK
The cache is a petling tube containing a log.
Please bring your own pen and you may need tweezers to remove the logbook;
PLEASE SCREW THE LID BACK ON FIRMLY
Parking is available close to the cache hiding place
***** PLEASE NOTE IMPORTANT *****
CACHES ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BE PLACED ON ACTUAL MEMORIALS OR WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF SUCH
AT ALL TIMES PLEASE TREAT LOCATIONS OF MEMORIALS WITH RESPECT