Christmas Quiz 2014 Answers and Results

Wednesday, January 7th 2015

Thank you all once again for supporting our Quiz, especially those who returned their solutions.

The answer to number 36 was ‘The Queen’s Speech’, but as several of you put ‘The Herald Angels”, and it was appropriate, it was accepted.

Two people had 40, and the one whose name was drawn out of the hat was Graham Newcombe, and so he will receive the £10 token.

We raise approximately £100 per quiz, and all the money goes to Foxglove Covert.  The next one will be launched in the near future.  Please buy one for yourself, and some for your friends!

Once again, many thanks to Friend of FGC, Pat Thistlethwaite who is already compiling the next one.

Answers:

  1. Star
  2. Manger
  3. Sleigh
  4. Stable
  5. Mistletoe
  6. Candlemas
  7. Mincemeat
  8. Santa
  9. Poinsettia
  10. The fairy on the Christmas tree
  11. Presents
  12. White Christmas
  13. Crib
  14. Five gold rings
  15. Mince pies
  16. Ox
  17. Ass
  18. Three French hens
  19. Marzipan
  20. Holly
  21. Turkey
  22. Reindeer
  23. Boxing Day
  24. Good King Wenceslas
  25. Noel
  26. Winter
  27. Tinsel
  28. Decorations
  29. Capricorn
  30. Norway
  31. Christmas
  32. Scrooge
  33. Crackers
  34. Candles
  35. Christmas tree
  36. The Queen's Speech/The Herald Angels
  37. Magi
  38. Gabriel
  39. Yule log
  40. Aladdin

Results:

40 Graham Newcombe * winner.
40 Michael Fenwick
39 Ray and Eileen Ellis
39 Tony and Lilian Cooper
39 Kathleen Wilkinson
39 Barbara Jolley
38 Mike and Anne Bacon
34 Caroline Stott
33 Trish Illingworth
26 Cathy Mcleod

Congratulations to all these people for doing so well.


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