Sophie Little boat dweller extaordinaire, becomes the landlubber again, then gets back on the water momentarily, to go chasing paper clues across the Norfolk countryside. Navigator Wally Webb is up early on his day off to take charge of the rusty steed that is the Radio Car. David Whiteley is away also doing other things. Which last week included The Stars of Norfolk Awards. So Graham Barnard keeps his seat warm again this week. Questmaster drags himself away from the script for TQ live, long enough to jot down and send out some clues. Sits back twiddles some faders and lets Glams Anna Perrott and Anna Morton get on with the show. We started proceedings in Burgh Castle and got to the treasure at Brundall lions club Fun Day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Map Click Here

 

 

 

Clue One

 

 

There are many names used for this,
His, hers, or one of the community.
No, we’re not winding you up,
But the way to get there is

 

 

 

Answer

 

 

There are many names used for this, It's either known as
His, hers, or one of the community. Nelsons Column, Brittanias monument or The Norfolk Pillar
No, we’re not winding you up, Winding Staircase will get you there
But the way to get there is It Winds up and Winds down

 

 

 

Clue By 09:46

 

 

 

Clue Two

 

 

This morning, you don’t want the morning.
A town in a neighbouring county,
Could be an instruction to hide this building.
Put what gh makes onto a drink’s sound.

 

 

 

Answer

 

 

This morning, you don’t want the morning. You Don't need the Morningthorpe Fritton
A town in a neighbouring county, This used to be in Suffolk until 1974
Could be an instruction to hide this building. You need to Bury St Edmunds
Put what gh makes onto a drink’s sound. gh makes the sound F on T(tea) = Font

 

 

 

Clue By 10:28

 

 

 

It has six, but uses only three,
With the lonely ones at either end.
This group call themselves the Tate,
Look for a champion like Neil’s previous job.

 

 

 

Answer

 

 

It has six, but uses only three, Loddon has only three consonants
With the lonely ones at either end. L and N being the different ones either end
This group call themselves the Tate, An Art group known as the Tate Loddon
Look for a champion like Neil’s previous job. On a picture of Lewis Hamilton

 

 

Clue By 10:55

 

 

 

Clue Four

 

 

Well, this bit of help’s made it obvious, hasn’t it?
Don’t go too far beyond that, though.
Our Little one must serve something similar,
But this one is more cutting.

 

 

 

Answer

 

 

Well, this bit of help’s made it obvious, hasn’t it? £5 note in the envelope gave away the ferry at Reedham
Don’t go too far beyond that, though. Only into the village of Reedham to the beer festival
Our Little one must serve something similar, Sophie had to serve a Little one
But this one is more cutting. A little one of Little Sharpie

 

 

Clue By 11:30

 

 

 

Clue Five

 

 

A swap would mean this place,
Became a boring source of fibre.
Ay gets its money here,
Find when they’re doing the same as us.

 

 

Answer

 

 

A swap would mean this place,
Became a boring source of fibre. Brundall swopped would become Bran Dull
Ay gets its money here, You get your money from a fund ay = Fun Day Acle and Brundall lions club
Find when they’re doing the same as us. Their Treasure Hunt is booked for later in the year

 

 

 

Treasure by 11:53

 

A WIN

 

 

2016 : Quests 30. Wins 18. Lost 11. :Draw 1

 

Sophie 24 1/2 . Wins 14 1/2.  Lost 9. :Draw 1

 

Stand In's 5 . Wins 3 . Lost 2 .


David Clayton 1/2 a quest, his last

Comments  

 
#1 AnnaSaul 2016-07-24 13:18
Thanks Nigel
 

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