September already nights are drawing in ,children back to school. Soon be Christmas, Oh how I miss Woolworths. Enough of this drivel . Lets have some from David. 180 degrees, now I do diverse .

We stand this year at 35 quests......23 Wins.......12 losses.  Could we make it exactly double today who could help us .............Well..

This morning our airwaves or what ever digital comes over were graced by the dulcet tones of Kirsteen Thorne and her partner in crime Graham Barnard, trundling the lows and not so lows of Norfolk. David was waffling and obsfucating in the studio. Questmaster and his team of Glams, Anna and Hannah were ready and able to answer the phones. We started in Great Ellingham and failed to get to the treasure at the Charles Burrell Centre

 

 

 

After last weeks website glitch we are back live and in time with the programme It's Sunday the weather is getting better for September all is good in our world (apart from a great big loss last week). Julie Reinger is back so is Navigator Ian. We still have to put up with Davids directions having us rushing off like headless chickens but hey ho. Questmaster exitedly rubbing his hands together in glee was helped in his furtive ways by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Hanna. We started in California and got to the treasure at Carrow Fire Station Diamond Jubilee celebration

 

 

 

Today was a day of a couple of milestones for Norfolk Treasure Quest. There have over the last six years and five months, been 333 programmes devoted to Questing on a Sunday morning. The other is that I have reported on 125 of them.                                                                                                          

 To help this momentous occasion go with a bang . Kirsteen joined us this morning along with Navigator Keith Greentree around and about in the leafy lanes of Norfolk. David Clayton looking nothing like his old publicity photo from last week manned the studio and bantered along with the Questmaster. Who had phone answerers or Glam's as we like to call them Ellie and Anna . We started in Heacham and failed miserably to get to the treasure

 


 

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Clue One

You’re one away from breaking the rules,
Swap it for yourself, with the same reduction.
Self-consciously not out becomes the former,
Find a farm building for old fossils.

Answer

You’re one away from breaking the rules, To break the rules you cheat take off the T and remove the chea from heacham you get Ham
Swap it for yourself, with the same reduction. Add Thorne (Kisteen) less the E = Thornham
Self-consciously not out becomes the former, self-conscious is an inhibition former is ex = Exhibition 
Find a farm building for old fossils. On a picture of the Coal Barn

Clue By 10:17

 

Clue Two

Move the rake, and surround it with cerium,
But nor should you add thorium to it.
Where you can gather those who are able,
Look for paperwork connected to the infamous two.

 

 

 

Answer

Move the rake, and surround it with cerium, Cerium is CE in the periodic table
But nor should you add thorium to it. Thorium is TH + Nor. Put together make North Creake
Where you can gather those who are able, Gather is collect + able Collectable
Look for paperwork connected to the infamous two. Antiques and Collectable fair at the village hall on paperwork associated with the two World Wars.

Clue By 10:48

 

Clue Three

Doing something to smooth it,
Then it comes to harm.
An absent-sounding charity,
Are lurking with intent.

 

Answer

Doing something to smooth it, Sanding
Then it comes to harm. Sanding + harm = Sandringham
An absent-sounding charity, Awol ( Animal welfare of Luxor) Charity Dog show at the visitor centre
Are lurking with intent. Inside the marquee

Clue By 11:24

 

Clue Four

Swapping the starts makes the sound,
Of an old-fashioned card game lady.
Like the cars at the fairground,
You can put these on ships, but not vice-versa!

 

Answer

Swapping the starts makes the sound,
Of an old-fashioned card game lady. Whist is the card game. Wench is the lady swap the start West Whinch
Like the cars at the fairground,
You can put these on ships, but not vice-versa! Bumper boats at the Fun day

 

We failed miserably

Got to clue four at 11:55

 

 2014  Quests 34  Wins 22   Losses 12  Draws 0

So the Premiership is underway for another season, can we make it premier today. With Mr Goreham not on football detail today, we welcome back Julie Reinger to duty along with Captain Tim Sparrow tracing the clues. David was battling the maps and the Questmaster, who had allies in the Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham. we started in Great Moulton and go to the treasure at the Open Gardens in Harleston.

With the tail end of Hurricane Bertha hanging it's threat over us it was to be a very wet and windy Quest this morning. Having drawn the short straw this week was Look East's Katherine Nash and Navigator Ian trundling around the county. Whilst David kept dry in the studio. Questmaster and his Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Anna Perrott also having braved the weather on the way in were now warm and dry. We started in Spixworth and got to the treasure at Dersingham

 

After a loss and a win in the last two weeks, how will Jo Thewlis fair this week, as it was her along with Navigator Ian, wending their ways along the highways and byways of Norfolk this week. David Clayton was in the studio having a fight with his laminations. Whilst the Questmaster chuckled to himself behind his desk. He was assisted this week by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Anna Perrott . We started in Great Yarmouth and got to the treasure at Presidents day at Cromer cricket club .

 

 

After the expectations of a win on her tenth attempt Thordis failed at the final hurdle. This weeks Filly in the reigns was Kirsteen Thorne trying her hand at a win helped along the way by Navigator Keith Greentree standing in . DC was map twirling. Like he was doing the triathlon. Questmaster would get a gold for his antics and not far behind were the Glams Hana Lockyer and Jay . We commenced the travails in South Creake and got to the treasure at Guist Kennels dog show and family fair.

 

 

It looked like we would get away without a soaking this morning ,after the duluges of the past two days. This mornings delight in wellies was Thordis Fridriksson standing in for Julie Reinger, Thordis also becomes a regular as this is her 10th quest,she was driving around the county with Navigator Ian.David Clayton rustled the map occasionally and generally faffed his way through the morning. Questmaster tried his hardest to baffle the hell out of us. And was accompanied in his own quest by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Deborah . We started in Tatterford and failed to get to the treasure at Lionswood junior school where a Ladies Barbershop quartet were practising .

 

With the last throes of the World Cup today, we will have to wait another four years for another. But not so Treasure Quest as they come around as regular as Anglian Busses. And it must be getting darker earlier as TQ Live tickets are already on sale get yours now as they always go early. back to today's antics Kirsteen Thorne was today,s flavour of the week alongside Navigator Ian back in the radio car after their ordeal two weeks ago. Questmaster is back after his weekend away and is assisted by Glam Eleanor Morgan Cunningham We got off to a start at West Beckham and ended up with the treasure at Owl Barn at Happisburgh.

 

 

 

Would have been the first time all the gang were together for months but no. Julie was here alongside Navigator Ian. David Clayton was there back from another Sunday morning lie in. But Questmaster had decided to do a runner, So Who do we get to replace him? Now before when he was a way we had Glam Lauren Tyson to turn to so why not ask a Glam And first to fall on her sword was Anna Perrott. So Big Band Anna became Questmistress for the day. The clues were not hers, but she still ruled with a rod of iron and was Ably assisted by her mates Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Hannah Lockyear . We started in Sporle and failed to get to the treasure at the Norfolk Arena at Kings Lynn.

 

 

 

With the sad announcement of the demise of Treasure Quest last week (No not this one) were still here and going strong. Kirsteen Thorne was out and about in the radio Land Rover The car had to have a rest after the County show. David was away this week so Graham Barnard stood in on studio duties. Questmaster and Glam Lucy Bowers (Lucy the Rugby player) tried to stretch out the programme. We started in Shotesham and got to the treasure at Swanton Morley Teddy Bear Zip Wire .

 

 

After the past couple of weeks there have been plenty of sports widows about. But one of ours returned this week, Julie Reinger returned to the fold as our runner this week. Navigator Ian ably assisted her in the radio car. David still refreshed after his Yorkshire break read ? the maps. Questmaster and his Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Anna Perrott helped proceedings along. We started at Wroxham Barns and got to the treasure in

 

 

 

 

 

Football fever is amongst us with the World Cup in full swing. There are many Football widows about. We had one of those widows this morning, we had Kirsteen on duty, after her success map reading and desk driving last week. Navigator Ian was the stalwart as usual. David Clayton was back from his jaunt to the north. Questmaster was assisted by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Anna Perrott (Big Band Anna). We started in Trunch and got to the treasure in Cawston at their Big weekend Commonwealth games day.

 

 

 

 


 

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Clue One

A happy place loses a question,
Which changes to something more definite.
Down the space for something with horses,
Out in the smalls, find the tins no longer used.


Answer


A happy place loses a question, Happy loses the y
Which changes to something more definite. The happy gains a definite in Is Happisburgh
Down the space for something with horses,space is a gap someting with horses is a Cart = Cart gap
Out in the smalls, find the tins no longer used. Cafe called Small sticks on old Amaretto tins 


Clue By 09:50


Clue Two


Someone who drops a letter,
Declares this the poorest body part.
One of our usual type,
Created by younger hands.

 

Answer

Someone who drops a letter, Worstead add the H
Declares this the poorest body part. Becomes Worst head
One of our usual type, One of our Village signs
Created by younger hands. designed by the children of Worstead

 

Clue By 10:22

 

Clue Three

A place whose name defines it,
Purely by proximity.
Not one of those that’s open,
But an appropriate flower in a proper place.

 

Answer

A place whose name defines it, Place is Burgh
Purely by proximity. Burgh Next Aylsham
Not one of those that’s open,Not One of the Gardens in  Bloom
But an appropriate flower in a proper place. Plaques and poppies at the war memorial to each of the fallen

 

Clue By10:42

 

Clue Four

 

Does this name perhaps suggest,
That you might be able to light the lake?
Their flag up there suggests he’s angry,
The earl looks after the clue.

 

Answer

Does this name perhaps suggest,
That you might be able to light the lake? Light is the Wick of a candle,Lake is a mere Wickmere
Their flag up there suggests he’s angry, St Andrew's Cross = St Andrews Church
The earl looks after the clue. The Earl of Alburgh has a tomb in the church.

 

Clue By11:17

 

Clue Five

Usually it’s Radio 1 who have these,
But here’s one here in Norfolk.
Something usually done with batons,
You need to play it with a stick!

 

Answer

Usually it’s Radio 1 who have these, They have Big Weekends
But here’s one here in Norfolk. There is one in Cawston this weeekend
Something usually done with batons, it's the Commonwealth games today
You need to play it with a stick! Kirsteen had to play obstacle hockey to get the treasure

 

Treasure By 11:52

A Win

 


2014  Quests 24  Wins 15   Losses 9  Draws 0

Would you believe it. It has taken until show Three Hundred and Twenty Three to get to this momentous occasion. Quest master thought he had walked into a WI meeting, but no today apart from The Questmaster and Navigator Ian the whole crew was FEMALE !!

Yes folks Jo Thewlis Was running this week and after her success a few weeks back Kirsteen was in the studio role. Glams Ellie Cunningham and Anna Perrott assisted the Questmaster. We started in Tottenhill and got to the treasure in Wood Norton Church

 

Well five months gone already, two weeks until the football starts again in earnest. This week is the turn of  Kirsteen Thorne. Navigator Ian tries battling the holiday makers on the roads of Norfolk. David was having a break so Graham Barnard gave us a masterclass in map reading. Questmaster fuming from last weeks win was assisted by Glams Ellie and Anna. We started in Swardeston and got to the treasure at our starting point on their village sign.

 

Today was the sixth anniversary of the start of the weekly quests it was also. Bank holiday and football finals weekend, Wembley and Lisbon come alive with thousands of fans.They also came out in force for Sophie Little who was stand in runner this week alongside Navigator Ian . David kept house in the studio clearing up problems and polishing his award. Questmaster delerious after last weeks loss was assisted by Glam Elleanor Morgan Cunningham. We started at Reedham Ferry And got to the treasure at North Walsham Girl Guides HQ Treasure Hunt .

 

Not the one Sophie saw but explains a little better

 

Our twentieth quest of the year and the 320th programme sees Kirsteen Thorne battling the Questmaster. Aiding and abetting was Navigator Ian . David accosted the maps in the studio. Mr Hayes was his usual pedantic self and his Glams  Anna and J answered the phones. We started in Framingham Pigot and failed to get to the treasure at Rackheath village hall Lions Antiques fair.

 

Last day of the premier league today and we import a premier player to the fold. She should have been out in the garden, but gave up her hanging baskets to go trundling around the Norfolk countryside, alongside Navigator Ian. Yes The Thunder Fairy was amongst us. Thordis Fridriksson sat in for Julie. David sat in the presenters chair. Questmaster hovered from studio to office and was  helped in his antics by Glams Ellie and Anna . We started in Caister on Sea and got to the treasure at. The Taverham players production of the Adams Family

 

 

After last weeks bevy of standins ,well done Graham and Chrissie. This week is as normal as everything can be in forum towers. Kirsteen returns alongside Navigator Ian and David is back, refreshed and raring to hunt treasure. The Questmaster sets the clues as feindishly as possible and is helped along by the Glams, Ellie and Anna. We started in Egmere and failed to get to the treasure in Aldiss park in Dereham.

 

 

 

Now we knew we were getting a stand in this week in the shape of Chrissie Jackson, who did so well when she stepped into Julies shoes at the last minute two weeks ago. But what nobody told us was, that last weeks antics outside the studio would make David Clayton miss this one, (only joking). But we did have the honour of Graham Barnard's prescence this week in the studio chair . Questmaster was in residence again having some banter with Graham and helped this week by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cuningham and Hannah Lockyer. We started in West Rudham and got to the treasure at Denver Village sign

This was an Historic event this morning, as it was our 200th win out of 311, of which 3 were draws

 

 

Due to sky TV customers requiring all the football they can muster on an Easter Sunday the local game was played at 12 noon requiring the airwaves from 11 for their inordinate chatter for at least one hour before the kick off. There is also celebrations of Pirate radio on Monday .

So Treasure Quests usual Two part Easter extravaganza gets slightly truncated this year. To two hours

So we saw David Clayton trying to get 5 clues in two hours, in the radio car with navigator Ian . Kirsteen Thorne was in the studio. Questmaster had an easy week only having a few clues to think of, hardly seems necessary to have the Glams on duty but Elly and Anna manned the phones.We started in Sprowston and got to the treasure at Womack Staithe

 

We haven't sacked Julie Reinger honestly! Jules was not well this week. She was supposed to have a stand in learner with her, That was Chrissie Jackson Oft stand in for Stephen Bumphrey. So the stand in became the star for a morning alongside Navigator Ian. David Tried his best.Questmaster was still fuming after allowing a win last week, was helped along by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna . We started in Baconsthorpe and failed to get to the treasure at  The Poultec centre at Mattishall.

 

 

 

With a quarter of the year already gone and results nearly on a par. We needed to up our game to stop the Questmaster catching us up. I think not only the questions did for us last week, but also Mothers day didn't help. This weeks runner was Kirsteen Thorne , out and about with Navigator Ian in the trusty steed that is the radio car. David does his best in the studio. Questmaster fresh from his massive win last week, is on a high and helped along by Glams Big Band Anna and Deborah . We started in Wimbotsham and got to the treasure at the Sue Ryder shop in Kings Lynn.

 

 

 

British Summer time officially started seven hours before the programme did. So wee had early riser late risers and a few that made it on time. But the ones who mattered were there. A new stand in and ray of sunshine for a start. Katherine Nash from BBC Look East joins us for the morning. Navigator Ian supplies the transport as usual. David was in the studio. Questmaster tried to outfox the listeners helped along by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Hannah Lockyer . We started in Great Massingham and failed Miserably get to the treasure just getting to clue three.

 

Just as we think spring has sprung, Mother Nature throws us a curve ball and sets us back into winter. Due to it being Sport Relief Mile Sunday they thought we should have two runners  Kirsteen Thorne,assisted by next weeks runner Katherine Nash from BBC TV with Navigator Ian, in the trusty rusty radio car. David was filibustering to his hearts content, trying to pad out the show. Questmaster was back to his devious ways, aided and abbeted by Glams Lucy the rugby player and Big Band Anna . We started in Mundesley and got to the treasure at Reepham with the Sport Relief Mile and young farmers tractor fair

 

 

 

Eleven Sundays into the year and honours are even. It's now getting to a 6 cryptic clue Sunday, with Navigator Ian's clues to the start getting harder. Ian welcomes Julie Reinger back to the radio car this week. David obsfucates in the presenters chair and rustles his maps. Questmaster keeps the clues well guarded along with Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna . We started in Fulmodestone and got to the treasure at Sloley Church War Memorial.

 

 

 

Seems like meterological and real spring arrived at the same time every where signs are abundant.Someone else with a spring in her step was Kirsteen Thorne out and about in the passenger seat alongside Navigator Ian. David was in his ever present chair manning the maps (badly). Paul Hayes aka The Questmaster was helped along in his producers role by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna . We started in Scratby and got to the treasure at the Brook hotel at Bowthorpe antique fair.

 

Every one else has been having their milestone lately well today is mine the Author, the scribe. the idiot what does this. Today was my 100th report. Yes 100 weeks I have now sat here on a Sunday am furiously scribing away at a hot computer. Today I was Joined By Sophie Little standing in for Jules this week, she was alongside Navigator Ian out in the spring like wilds of Norfolk. David joined me in my celebration keeping warm in the studio. Questmastere the typo was in attendance along with Glams . We started in and failed to get to the treasure at the Whitwell and Reepham railway .

 

 

Almost March and it does not feel as if winter ever arrived. But Kirsteen Thorne arrived early this morning, she was ready and waiting with Navigator Ian out in the wilds of Norfolk. David was ready to receive the maps. Questmaster donned his thinking cap again and was assisted by his Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Hannah Lockyear . We commenced our quest in Salters Lode and gained the treasure at West Winch Church Porch.

 

 

 

Drumstick sculpture to Roger Taylor

Hopefully this week sees the last of the bad storms and we head for calmer weather. Well the person to ask was here this week, Julie Reinger was with us alongside Navigator Ian. David was getting all nostalgic about Kenneth Kendall in Treasure Hunt. Questmaster has thoughts about Helicopters and twelve clue quests, But is brought down to earth by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna . We started in Swannington and got to the treasure at Sutton Garden Centre

 

 

 

After an abscence of five weeks one of the runners is back. Wether it's the bright lights of Quest number 300 that drew them out of hibernation. We may never know but Kirsteen Thorne  may let on to Navigator Ian. David Clayton who's been there since the start was in the chair this week . Questmaster had arranged the after party and invited Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna . We started in Beeston Regis and got to the treasure at West Lexham hall.

 

 

 

 

One month gone of the year already, quest number 299 and no sign of our regular runners. So Jo Thewlis returns as stand in this week along side Navigator Ian. All the rest of the crew were in attendance this morning . David with his map folding skills. Questmaster and his Glam Big Band Anna were behind the glass. We started at the ferry in Stokesby and got to the treasure at. Thorpe Market Snowdrop Sunday at the church.

 

 

 

It's January and the Football has a transfer window, we were having a Stand in window. Sophie Little joined us today, to show off her clue solving prowess, hoping to get a win in this barren time. She was alongside Navigator Ian at the wheel. David had made it to the studio. Questmaster had probably been there since dawn, joined later by his Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Hannah. We started at Hindringham and got to the treasure in Watton at the Players production rehearsals for Cinderella.

 

 

 

After Last weeks freezing start to the proceedings looks like the Gardening girl has sorted her own slightly warmer spell. Yes Thordiss puts down her trowel to pick up this weeks challenge, Joined by Navigator Ian, David was obsfucating in the studio. Questmaster was busy producing and running backwards and forwards to the studio,assisted by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna . We started in Stratton Strawless and faied to get to the treasure at Cranes watering farm in Starston.

 

 

 

Almost the middle of January, does not feel like three weeks since Christmas. And a taste of winter in the air with a good frost this morning. Kirsteen Thorne joined us this morning, her first quest of this year, alongside Navigator Ian, fresh from Stargazing duties. David was snug and warm in the studio fanning himself with the maps. Questmaster had set the clues and had not extended the show with an extra clue. He was helped this morning by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna . We started in Banningham and failed to get to the treasure at Hingham at the Friends of Norfolk Dialect's Panto

 

 

 

Welcome to the first Quest of 2014. Another two Milestones are over the horizon with the 300th Quest on the 9th of February and the 6th anniversary of Treasure Quest in twelve weeks time the pilot episode was 21st March 2008.

This week a four clue morning turned into a five clue, saw Julie Reinger in the runners boots alongside Navigator Ian. David Clayton was back from his New Year break. Questmaster was on duty in the producers chair and he was assisted by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna . We started in Ludham and failed to get to the treasure at The Forum

 

 

 

Last Quest of 2013 and also the three hundredth programme for treasure quest, not bad for something that was an eight week pilot run. All hats off to the team for making it such a success.

The team this morning consisted of Kirsteen Thorne trawling the highways and byways of Norfolk with navigator Ian at the helm. Graham Barnard was map and phone juggling, Questmaster set his 293rd bundle of Clues and was assisted in his devious ways by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna . We started in Stoke Holy Cross and got to the treasure in Dereham at the Mid Norfolk Railway Museum

 

Tis the season to be jolly ,So deck the halls with clues of folly, IT'S CHRISTMAS!!! Well almost, the last quest before anyway. Not sure if Julie Reinger will be out and about in her fairy costume, but out she was, with Navigator Ian. David Clayton fresh from his Christmas shopping reports are he got lost in Norwich. Questmaster played Santa and had the clues delivered and had his little helpers in the form of Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna. We started this festive romp in Hillington and got to the treasure at the Sue Ryder shop in Fakenham.

 

 

 

Only ten days to go for the big day unless you are a Norfolk Turkey . Talking of Turkeys did the quest turn out to be one, well read on. Kirsteen Thorne made her last appearance before Christmas alongside Navigator Ian. David Clayton was in festive mood attacking his maps with gusto. Questmaster was all humbug as usual still beating himself with a hazel swish over his mistakes, Glams made up for his bad moods with a cheery answer of the phones. We started in and got to the treasure at Billingford Christmas Fair

 

 

Ann Hopkins from Clue one

At the end of the week when storms battered and changed our coast forever. The weather turned mild for a Treasure Quest number 50 of this year . Sophie Little deputised for Julie this week along with Navigator Ian in the radio car. David Clayton fresh now from juggling storm report programmes , did his best to keep us on track, Questmaster had the clues to hand and help was on the other hand from Glam Eleanor Morgan Cunningham. We started in Belton and got to the treasure at

 

 

 

December is upon us, Pinch Punch First of the Month. If last week is anything to go by is the season of the Christmas Fair. With Kirsteen Thorne trawling the highways and byways of Norfolk with Navigator Ian we will see how far we can travel this week. David held together the studio end and Questmaster produced after his weekend off, Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna assisted by manning the phones. We started Sheringham in and failed to get to the treasure at Elsing pottery studio in Rectory road.

 

 

 

A break from the furore that has been this weeks celebration of Doctor Who. We had another treasure quest to combat. Julie Reinger was this weeks combatant alongside Navigator Ian. David Clayton was in the hot seat in the studio. Questmaster having a respite after his Who fixation, was replaced by a Questmistresss, we welcomed Lucy (the rugby player) Bowers to the role, she  was assisted by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big band Anna Perrott . We started in Horsford and got to the treasure in Skeyton at the village hall on a cake with BBC Radio Norfolk on it.

 

 1912 Flood at Horstead

 

Twas the day after Treasure Quest Live, No one was shouting, Well not in this house. Presenters. Runners, Glams and even QM, were feeling the effects of their labours this morning, after two shows yesterday. Thordiss Fridrikssson dressed in a Tiger onsie and orange wellies, made a welcome return as runner but drew the short straw and was up early with Captain Tim Sparrow to get to the start . David Clayton yawned his way into the studio. Questmaster who sat through the show was the freshest of all and his Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna hardly had the voice to answer the phones. We started in Little Ellingham and got to the treasure late at The Walks where Thordiss had to take a penalty against Pudsey

 

 

 

Rememberance Sunday was upon us again so with respect the show was halted. So those who wished could pay their respects.

Meanwhile around the pause there was a Quest to do Julie Reinger was out with Navigator Ian chasing around the county. David was the Anchorman, Questmaster ran the show and set the clues and his Glams today were Big Band Anna And the Lauren of York . We started in Harpley and got to the treasure at Dereham Conservative Club.

 

 

Bonfire night and Fireman's strikes heralded the week of a new quest. TQ live is almost upon us, but before that Kirsteen Thorne was with us again, travailing the highways and byways of Norfolk with Navigator Ian. David Clayton was their link to the outside world. Questmaster fiendish as he is, is here straight from his starring role in Halloween, helped along by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big band Anna . We started in Newton Flotman and got to the treasure at Catfield Arts and Crafts Fair.

 

 

 

Greenwich Mean Time returned today so it seems like a late start today. Julie Reinger was today's runner alongside Navigator Ian. David made the decisions in the studio. Questmaster produced the show phones were answered by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Lydia. We started in Little Plumstead and failed to get to the treasure at County School Station North Elmham

 

 

 

Last week of British Summertime is upon us. Don't forget to put your clocks back next week or you will miss an extra hour of sleep. The bad news is it will be dark by 5:30 next week.  The good news is Lauren and Ben have completed their journey and reached Lisbon and are ready to come home. Other good news we have a full complement of staff this week Kirsteen is out and about with Navigator Ian, David is at his desk and Questmaster has the clues ready and help is on hand from Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna. We started in North Creake and got to the treasure at  West Winch on the playing field

 

 

 

 

With the weather turning quite autumnal this week, we had a well wrapped up Julie Reinger back from her weekend off to face a rare four clue Sunday, alongside Navigator Ian, returns from other duties elsewhere in the country. David Clayton fresh from recording Should the team think at Cromer on Friday. Questmaster seething from another win last week has the clues planted has the cooperation of Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna. We started in Shropham and got to the treasure at Nogdam End

 

 

After Last weeks Questmaster induced fiasco, letting new girl Jo Thewlis down by adding an extra clue at the last minute. Which got the TQ ers incandescent. This week saw us almost back to full strength with Kirsteen in the radio car alongside Captain Tim Sparrow . David Clayton in the map reading room, Questmaster Behind the glass Helped with the phones by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna . We started in Itterinhgham and got to the treasure at Pilgrims Rest at Trimingham.

 

 

 

On this our fortieth quest of the year we had good news from Lauren Tyson and Ben Heuvel they only had 250 miles left on their trek to Portugal, and they should be back with us soon , we also welcomed a guest runner to TQ Standing in for Julie Reinger, passenger two weeks ago, Jo Thewlis, radio news presenter was out on the road with Navigator Ian. David Clayton was back from his weekend away and is fighting the ring binder in the maps. Questmaster ran the show and was helped by Glams Lucy the Rugby player and Big Band Anna. We started in Watlington and failed to get to the treasure at Tibbenham airfield after Questmaster gave us a sixth clue as a surprize.

 

 

 

Last weeks quest was another nailbiter the girls seem to be getting this down to a fine art, A record nine wins on the trot. This week saw Kirsteen back in the runners hot seat alongside Navigator Ian back from other duties ( so hopefully no direction fiasco's) . DC was off this week so Graham Barnard jumped into the presenters chair his record is 14 appearances , 9 wins and 5 failures . Questmaster was devious as usual and the Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna fielded the calls . We started in East Runton and we failed to get to the treasure at Holt station's 40's weekend

 

 

It's the week of the Treasure Quest fund raiser, announced last week, this year its the Calender on offer available online and at the Forum. We welcomed back our other holidaying runner this week. Julie Reinger was out in the radio car with navigation undertaken by Keith Greentree. Producer and Questmaster was on call again helped along by Glams Eleanor Morgan Cunningham and Big Band Anna. David Clayton was in the presenters chair and was the link to the radio car.We had a passenger this week, Jo Thewlis news presenter is taking the role of runner on the 29th of this month.We started in West Caister and got to the treasure at Gimingham Church Flower Festival

 

 

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