Numeration buffs may like to know this is show number 440 and quest number 431 yes not bad for a pilot show. Sophie fresh from her second stint, on the Huw Stephens show this week. Was our runner today, still no sign of Navigator Ian, still away doing other things, so this weeks Driver/ Navigator was Wally Webb  . David Whiteley was in the studio after this weeks bombshell, that he is leaving the Saturday show, sat quietly and rustled the maps.  No really he ran around like a loon, yelling at the top of his voice for three hours. Questmaster the man who infuriates him into this state was as usual, the calm voice of proceedings. Glams Anna Perrott and Anna Morton, assisted with the phones and coffee duty.

We rolled away from Clippesby first thing this morning and ramped up in Little Tungate farm in North Walsham to get the treasure .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Map Click Here

 

 

 

Clue One

 

 

Belts from one person, pleats from another,
But this credit is left incomplete.
Sophie has these words swapped,
Unlike in government, these ones are yellow!

 

 

 

Answer



Belts from one person, pleats from another,
But this credit is left incomplete. But Hems By is unfinished = Hemsby
Sophie has these words swapped, Sophie has a Boat life so LifeBoat
Unlike in government, these ones are yellow! Yellow equipment boxes on the lifeboat

 

 

 

Clue By 09:55

 

 

 

Clue Two

 

 

An ocean-going letter, funny with Bob,
Is entirely within another word-sounding one.
Where a trio of rulers might be on sale,
Seek notice of something strictly straight and narrow.

 

 

 

 

Answer

 

 

 An ocean-going letter, funny with Bob, Ocean is C. Can I have a P Bob
Is entirely within another word-sounding one. Entirely is within all in = Sea Palling
Where a trio of rulers might be on sale, A Trio of Rulers =3 feet = Yard sale
Seek notice of something strictly straight and narrow.

 

 

 

Clue By 10:29

 

 

 

Clue Three

 

 

 Like an indicator of where to get a cut,
Although the ones here are straighter!
Last time was as part of a pair,
On this occasion, it’s a solo task.

 

 

 

Answer

 

 

Like an indicator of where to get a cut, Looks like a Barbers pole
Although the ones here are straighter! But the stripes are straighter
Last time was as part of a pair, Last time it was Sophie and Kirsteen on 4th May 2015
On this occasion, it’s a solo task. This time it's Sophie on her own

 

 

 

Clue By 10:49

 

 

 

Clue Four



Traditionally, the first in line,
When the locality is likened to grapes.
In Norfolk, we’ve been said to have a mini one,
But this display evokes the real one’s garden.

 

 

 

Answer



Traditionally, the first in line, Gimingham is first in the Rhyme
When the locality is likened to grapes. Gimingham, Trimingham, Knapton, Trunch, Northrepps, Southrepps, lie all in a bunch
In Norfolk, we’ve been said to have a mini one, We are said to have a mini Monet in our artist Kieran Williamson
But this display evokes the real one’s garden. But we were looking for a flower display entitled Monet's garden at the church




Clue By 11:22





Clue Five



A farm where they grow small gates?
Although they sound quite weighty!
There were some of these on an eighties street,
Don’t worry though, your targets aren’t real!



Answer

 

 

 

A farm where they grow small gates?
Although they sound quite weighty! Little Tungate Farm, Tungate road north Walsham
There were some of these on an eighties street, Eighties TV programme Pigeon Street
Don’t worry though, your targets aren’t real! Sophie had to have a go at Clay pigeon shooting

 

 

Treasure By 11:42

A WIN

 

 

 

2016 : Quests 33. Wins 19. Lost 13. :Draw 1

 

Sophie 27 1/2 . Wins 15 1/2.  Lost 11. :Draw 1

 

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


David Clayton 1/2 a quest, his last

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