To mark the 100 year anniversary of the end of the Great War, the Wolf Cubs have created 33 painted stones and hidden them around Fressingfield. Each stone represents a solider that fell during the 2 World Wars. There are 28 stones for the First World War and 5 for the Second World War. The Cubs have painted a poppy and written a soldier’s name on each stone. But where have we hidden them? Some are in easy locations and some are a bit more of a challenge. We have created a Facebook page called “Fressingfield Rocks” if you would like to see all the rocks and some clues as to where we have hidden them. If you find one, please take a photo and let us know on the Facebook page. You then have a choice, you can either leave it in the same location or move it to a new hiding place. If you move it, please give some clues on the Facebook page.
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