Fruit and Vegetable Quiz

Friday, July 10th 2015

We have been delighted by the response to the latest quiz and would like to thank all those who have supported us again. More forms were returned this time which gives us useful feedback.  Each issue raises approximately £100 towards Foxglove Covert funds.

Answers to the Fruit and Vegetable Quiz are as follows:

1. Mangetout
2. Damson
3. Loganberry
4. Pear
5. Mango
6. Rhubarb
7. Cauliflower
8. Melon
9. Orange
10. Swede
11. Apple
12. Aubergine
13. Cabbage
14. Redcurrant
15. Date
16. Lemon
17. Runner Bean
18. Leek
19. Parsnip
20. Okra
21. Marrow
22. Radish
23. Sweet Potato
24. Yam
25. Spring Onion
26. Kiwi Fruit
27. Nectarine
28. Spinach
29. Peach
30. Coconut
31. Pomegranate
32. Clementine
33. Sugar Snap
34. Pumpkin
35. Raspberry
36. Lime
37. Salsify
38. Garden Pea

We are pleased to announce Ray and Eileen Ellis as the winners of the July 2015 Fruit and Vegetable Quiz.

Don’t miss our new quiz; a special edition for the Festival of Nature, which will be on sale from this weekend at £1 each.

Well done to everyone else who took part, the high scorers were;

With 38 Correct;
Ray and Eileen Ellis,
Val and Ted Darwin,
Chris Byers,
E.V. Smith,
Jennifer Swales,
Mike Bacon.

With 37;
Adam Bradley,
Trish Illingworth,
Mike Fenwick.

And with 36;
Caroline Stott,
D.B. Clarke,
The Coopers,
Carol and Frank Broughton.

 


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