Christmas Quiz 2019 Answers

Fundraising for Poliomyelitis & Malaria Eradication


ANNUAL FUNDRAISING QUIZ IN AID OF THE ERADICATION OF POLIO AND MALARIA WORLDWIDE


ANSWERS

 

 

No.

Clue

 

Answer

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1

In SW you might get a right old mix of KA Bubble Candy at this place.              (2 words)

 

BUCKLANDS ABBEY

 

2

A holy man and his steed are a prominent feature off the shore.                                   (3)

St MICHAELS MOUNT

 

3

In Camulodunum you must look for a fly plus a small group of trees.                                 (2)

BLUEBOTTLE GROVE

 

4

It was anticipated someone might create some elbow-rest parking and picnic tables here.  (2)

 

WREST PARK

 

5

Whilst in the South Tony lacks gin mixture to fully satisfy his thirst here.                          (2)

KINGSTON LACY

 

6

Notwithstanding the Beeching cuts at Mangotsfield we can still get a ticket to ride on this.                                                        (3)

AVON VALLEY RAILWAY

 

7

Climate change has meant the tourist guides may have to revise Flaming March Tales in the East.                                                       (2)

FRAMLINGHAM CASTLE

 

 

8

They’re not rolling but the stones are still standing here.                                             (1)

STONEHENGE

 

 

9

It sounds like this home for the brothers should be on a Welsh island.                      (2)

ANGLESEY ABBEY

 

 

10

Did secret agent Modesty take a small cheroot here?                                                          (2)

BLAISE HAMLET

 

11

As they rode around the estate it became clear that the bikers came from the Ale Rock Chapter.                                                     (2)

CHARLECOTE PARK

 

12

After he left school Billy Bunter could have lived here.                                                  (2)

GREYFRIARS HOUSE

 

13

Near neighbours Samuel Barnett and Thomas Crumpton were even closer once this was built.                                                          (2)

 

IRON BRIDGE

 

14

Given the number of his paintings on show here, you might think J M W Turner had a say in some carpet worthy of laying here.       (2)

 

PETWORTH HOUSE

 

15

This ‘house of God’ that Henry III built on Watling St has been a hospital, monastery, hostel, retirement home and royal lodge.  (2)

 

MAISON DIEU

 

16

A refurbishment at home might produce the most complete small medieval manor house in England.                                                   (2)

 

IGHTHAM MOTE

 

17

From here ‘up North’, the brothers might have seen the Demeter run aground.                (2)

WHITBY ABBEY

 

18

When in the restaurant ask the red-rose chef if he can make a Shammy Sundae.               (2)

DUNHAM MASSEY

 

 

19

They say that HP did his broom and quidditch practice in the bailey of this Northern building.                                                    (2)

 

ALNWICK CASTLE

 

 

20

Does the OU cobble shoes for this East Midlands dwelling?                                    (2)

BOSCOBEL HOUSE

 

21

The new £50 note and cypher breaking are clues to this place.                                     (2)

BLETCHLEY PARK

 

 

22

Did that man of India and his man-cave give rise to this dwelling place?                        (1)

CLIVEDEN

 

 

23

If you’re into purchasing modern-fashion artworks you may be able to arrange Toucan on Sash by Cord Wainer.                           (2)

 

CANONS ASHBY

 

 

24

In the Eastern-county semi-finals the cry went up, ‘give it some stick worthy of the reds’.  (1)

ICKWORTH

 

25

In the Gallery the picture said it all: ‘Violin on the water-splash before the grand house’.   (2)

FIDDLEFORD MANOR

 

26

Sounds like the German storytellers met with American Ezra at this bleak spot.               (1)

GRIMSPOUND

 

 

27

Seems strange to find a Newmarket business in the South West, but don’t bet on it.        (1)

GODOLPHIN

 

 

28

Both James I and Charles I discovered that people preach at a reconstruction here.      (2)

APETHORPE MANOR

 

29

George Archer-Shee met with some trouble here.                                                           (2)

OSBORNE HOUSE

 

30

By the A49 the local coopers might produce a non-light barrel here.                                 (2)

BERRINGTON HALL

 

 

31

Did singer Dionne play with trumpeter Roy at this venue?                                                 (2)

WARWICK CASTLE

 

32

A Tyke might say yor still prone to revision if you live here.                                              (2)

NOSTELL PRIORY

 

33

Armstrong knew it was a disgrace to change for the estate name.                                    (1)

CRAGSIDE

 

 

34

An East Midlands river on the French coast gives rise to an industrial furnace.              (1)

DERWENTCOTE

 

 

35

Maybe the Romans had to adjust wild broads to make their home here                             (1)

BIRDOSWALD

 

 

 

 

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