Feil Maree Harry Potter Quiz & SHOP WINDOW COMPETITION

These are the answers to the quiz


HARRY POTTER QUIZ:

1     ALBUS DUMBLEDORE            12    HERMIONE GRANGER

2    SLYTHERIN                                13    PHILOSOPHER'S STONE

3    BUTTTER BEER                        14    OLLIVANDERS

4    HARRY POTTER                        15    RAVENCLAW

5    DEATHLY HALLOWS                16    POLYJUICE POTION

6    MARAUDERS MAP                    17    LAVENDER BROWN

7    HUFFLEPUFF                              18    GOBLET OF FIRE

8    HOGSMEAD                                19    ELDER WAND

9    FRED WEASLEY                         20    QUIDDITCH

10    VOLDEMORT                            21    HOWLER

11    QUAFFLE                                   22    CHOCOLATE FROGS

 CONGRATULATIONS TO THOSE WHO FOUND THE ANSWERS.

THE WINNER 0F THE £15 TOKEN WAS DYLAN BLAKE OF DINGWALL 

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SHOP WINDOW COMPETITION:

DID YOU FIND:

4 Alladin's Magic Lamp (Country Garden), 3 Cinderella's Slipper (Cormacks and Crawfords), 5 Little Red Riding Hood's Cape (Heroes Haunts), 2 The Three Bear's Porridge Bowls Puffin Pool Charity Shop), 8 Wee Willie Winkie's Candle Stick (George Ellis Drugstore), 9 Little Bo Peep's Sheep (Camas House), 1 Miss Muffet's Scary Spider (Mackintosh Brothers), 6 Snow White's Poison Apple (Rhoda Fraser Kiltmaker) and 7 The Cow Who Jumped over the Moon (June's Cards & Gift Shop),

The items were numbered and could be found in tjhe shops listed above. Congratulations if you found some. There were no completed entries returned so no prizewinners this time round.

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