Quests 504

Wins 315

Losses 184

Draws 5

If you're curious how Treasure Quest came about, here is a recording of the excellent Story of Treasure Quest broadcast on 1st January 2011 on BBC Radio Norfolk.

Well The day has arrived and this is my last Blog on the NTQ Website. It has been a pleasure to do this for all these years. I would like to say a big thanks to all my readers down the years. But because of circumstances beyond my control the site will end at the end of December. So any of the past ones you want to read they will all be here until then.


In the meantime we have a quest to report


On this sunny Bank Holiday Sunday Sophie Little was once again, out to retain the trophy and get another win under her belt. Pilot Perrott was her cohort and mentor, for this mornings antics around the county. David Whiteley was pondering about his missed chance, of doing some surfing, but needs must and we needed him, to rustle the maps and give directions. Questmaster had all of his knowledge funneled into writing this weeks clues. We had no Glam this week. We started the proceedings parked in Horsham St Faith and got to the treasure at Bungay cricket club.






Keith Greentree

Another of Ian's stand in's. Possibly best known for his Rodeo Norfolk programme where he champions country music from the well known to not so well known musicians.

Keith has also been a drummer in bands in the past and has lived in Norfolk since the 1970's.  One claim to fame was his 2000 quiz which got people of BBC Radio Norfolk counting Baked Beans, to find out how many there were in a can  but had to call a halt to it after 4 days of debate got a little heated.