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Quiz Results and 100 Club Draw

Monday, March 3rd 2014

Congratulations to Michael Fenwick who is the winner of the English Towns Quiz. Congratulations also to Viv Winter, Brian Hird, The Coopers, and The Poyntons who all scored full marks.

Below are the questions and answers for the quiz.

1. Ken dallied here - Kendal

2. You could easily clone this - Colne

3. A small amount of sugar plase - Tadcaster

4. You could sit here happily - Settle

5. Cast a spell over the bad actor - Hexham

6. Your vehicle is what colour? - Redcar

7. More east and flatter than in L.A. - Beverley

8. Carl is leading the way - Carlisle

9. The smallest particle imaginable by the coast - Whitby

10. Have a nap in hard ground out east - Skipton

11. Could be a high churchman in N.Z. - Bishop Auckland

12. Would you go here hatless? Ilkley

13. Yummy black cakes - Pontefract

14. Sounds a good place to sell dried fruit - Market Rasen

15. It is dismal tonight - Malton

16. A train needs to stop and toot here! - Haltwhistle

17. Blade before the east - Bedale

18. Swing North, West and to the side - Widnes

19. Meat past its sell-by date - Oldham

20. Twinned with Wise? Morecambe

21. Add 'id est' to 'fly' and you can swim in the sea - Filey

22. Fast to the forest - Fleetwood

23. Noah built another boat - Newark

24. This town ran into castle - Lancaster

25. Lindum Colonia to the Romans - Lincoln

26. The crew easily reached port - Crewe

27. Put the bolt on the door - Bolton

28. He was all mixed up - Hawes

29. A very cultured part of the ship! - Hull

30. Do its citizens run all the way to Epsom? - Derby

31. The Iron Lady's home town - Grantham

32. Call out his name in here - Louth

33. Glen and Toni met in The Dales - Ingleton

34. No pirates back here - Ripon

35. Sent here and no-one will speak to you - Coventry

36. Stroll along the edge - Ambleside

37. Jenny or Ken go in here - York

38. The learner's lost his sell-by date - Selby

39. A small, dark Scot's stream - Blackburn

40. Ralf does a mix up - Sleaford

Thank you to Pat and Glennis who have once again compiled and marked this quiz for us.  It has been the most successful yet raising over £150 for the reserve! There is another quiz already in the pipeline which will be released on the 21st March.

We must also congratulate Mrs Margaret Clarke who is the winner of the quarterly 100 Club draw.

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