A win under our belts by jus two minutes over the record yes 11:24 last Sunday. Can we do it again. Sophie Little -Lavelle, that's her new Married name. Was in the runners shoes making her way around a very damp Norfolk county this morning alongside, Fresh from storm surge duties on Friday. Navigator Ian Forster was ready and raring to go as was the Radio Car. David Whiteley he of last weeks croaky throat was all coffee'd up and voice repaired. Questmaster had a small scowl in his demeanour after defeat last week but had another set of feindish clues already distributed. Glams in attendance were Anna Perrott and Anna Morton. And if the news had escaped you. It was announced on Thursday, that YES there will be a TQ LIVE this year! All of our efforts last year to pack out the playhouse, did not go in vain and the top brass and of course the cast and writer have said YES.

We started this weeks adventure in South Creake and failed to get to the treasure at Runcton Holme

 

 

 

Show number 460 heralds the return of our usual runner. On this Four Clue Sunday. Will she change her name now she is a married lady. To us she will always be Sophie Little. She's back after her working honeymoon standing in on Radio One. Navigator Ian was her cohort today driving in the soon to be Ex radio car. Yes only a few weeks left of her reign before she goes to that radio car heaven. David Whiteley back from his cold water surfing on the North Norfolk coast was all warmed up and raring to go. Questmaster was all prepared and gloating after last weeks loss. Counter set to zero in our quest to beat the eleven in a row. Glams in attendance were last weeks runner Anna Perrott and Anna Morton. We were parked at Hoe for the start and got to the treasure in Blakeney at the panto The Emperor's new clothes.

 

 

 

Last quest of 2016 can we go out on a high we are now on Seven wins on a roll, so can we do it again?

The heavy weight is not on Sophies Shoulders, as she has a week off. Instead we have a first timer. Yes her inaugural attempt at doing the running falls on the shoulders of Earl Grey, yes, Anna Morton is out and about, with Navigator Ian this morning in the radio car. Battling not only the Questmaster, but the foggy weather. David was in the Christmas spirit fuelled by an overload of coffee once again. Questmaster was his usual ebuliant self, having now rested whilst the clues are in place, Glam in place this morning was Gold Shoe Sam. We travailed into deepest darkest Norfolk at Hemsby to start and got to the treasure in the Forum

 

 

 

 

 

 2017 and a new start year counter set to zero. No Sophie this week, as she is still on honeymoon (well a radio one working honeymoon). So stand in's to the fore, once again and our favourite musician, leaps into her running shoes.

Yes Big Band Anna Perrott filled those shoes this morning alongside Navigator Ian Forster. David Whiteley glad to be back after his Sunday lie in (I bet he didn't ). The coffee had already flowed before the show so he was hyper as usual. Questmaster fresh from his mini break for Christmas had the clues set and assisting him this week was Glam Kayliegh Poacher . The radio car had made it to Tasburgh for the commencement of the journey into the unknown and failed to finish at Swaffham