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Hopefully today has been great fun for all so here is the chance to compare how you've all done for the bragging rights.....

 

 

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QUESTIONS ON FOOT AT DOVER HILL

QU1. What can’t you do overnight here? A: STAY

QU2. Who is the hill named after? A: CAPTAIN ROBERT DOVER

QU3. Find the Trig point on top of the hill with the engraving on top. Ts not as far north west as North Wales where Julie grew up, but what hill is out to the NW 44 miles away in the Shropshire Hills? A:

QU4. Find the scroll maps for Chipping Campden. One for each team under each bench on the hill. There will be extra help from Julie with each map. A:

QU5. Where’s good for posh camping? A: COTSWOLD YURTS

QU6. What sort of fighter is being recruited here? A: FIRE FIGHTERS

QUESTIONS ON FOOT AT CHIPPING CAMPDEN

Team 1

QU7. Chipping Campden is full of sundials but when did modern time presumably start here? A: 1880

QU8. Find the acorn National Trust symbol as part of a memorial on the floor. Which famous author and poet does it point to? A: T.S. ELIOT

QU9. At Ivy House which British icon is guarding the door? A: BULL DOG

QU10. Sundial House Interiors has been telling time since when? 1647

Team 2

QU11. When were the new street lights installed in Chipping Campden? A: 1994

QU12. What animal is above the door at Wood Staplers Hall? A: BEE

QU13. Who was born at Davis House and spent his life hunting plants in the East? A: ERNEST H WILSON

QU14. Try not to do this to the locals. What are you warned about not to cause in Market Hall? A: ANNOYANCE

Team 3

QU15. What starts and end in Chipping Campden that is 100 miles long? A: THE COTSWOLD WAY

QU16. What slow mover is crawling up the town sign? A: SNAIL

QU17. What nocturnal animal has a hall in town? A: BADGER

QU18. What colour dragons are in town? A: GREEN

QU19. Which pub is looking to use ‘free labour’? A: THE VOLUNTEER

QU20. Which saint has a farm here? A: PETER

QUESTIONS ON FOOT AT BROADWAY TOWER

QU21. Which animals are you asked to be mindful of that live here? A: DEER

QU22. Which RAF base saw one of its aircraft crash land here? A: HONEYBOURNE

QU23. What type of telescope is near the tower? A: TALKING

BACK IN THE CAR

QU24. Beyond being on a fun day out, why should you be smiling? A: YOU"RE ON CC TV

QUESTIONS ON FOOT AT SNOWSHILL

QU25. What is specifically prohibited in the church grounds? A: PICNIC'S

QU26. There is a dangerous what in the village? A: CORNER

QU27. One entrance to the church has a certain type of gate. What is it and when was it made? A: BIRDGATE, 2000

QU28. Around the church there were once 4 “old” village services. What are they? A: POST OFFICE, FORGE, SHOP, BARN

BACK IN THE CAR

QU29. Spot the white notice board near the roadside and pull over. How many yards is it to Oldborough Ture? A: 260 YARDS

QU30. Find the Trig Point near the roadside. What is the serial number for this one?  A: S1522

QU31. Which regular on Sunday night TV lives here? ADAM HENSON

QU32. What is ‘made’ along here?  A: FURNITURE, ART & COLLECTABLES

QU33. What circular structure from times gone by, not typically used for wall building is used here? A: MILLSTONES

QU34. Who’s ‘nesting’ on the way into Bourton? A: ROBINS

 

QUESTIONS ON FOOT AT BOURTON

What seafaring symbol is carved above the door on the church? A: SKULL & CROSS BONES

I’m sure Bethany has this sorted already but who should Julie call for big day services? A: LORA NOVA BRIDAL

Who designed and made the main town sign? A: BLACK FORGE ART

Which bird is watching over the jewellers? A: OWL

What famous model of car is carved in vegetation? A: MINI

BACK IN CAR

QU35. What petrified bird can you find here?  A: HAWK (HAWKSTONE STONE MASONS)

QUESTIONS ON FOOT AT STOW

QU36. What did the police station once double up as? A: PETTY SESSIONAL COURT

QU37. I like a good map. Another map maker is honoured in Stow. What sort of maps did he make and what’s his name? A: WILLIAM SMITH, GEOLOGICAL MAPS

QU38. Who is celebrating a centenary at the stocks? A: ROTARY CLUB

QU39. What do the 4 sides of the ancient cross monument depict? A: CRUCIFIXION, EDWARD THE CONFESSOR, CIVIL WAR

QU40. Where would you find a hobbit living?  & WOOL TRADE

QU41. What London location is represented here? A: BAGEND

SCROLL MAP LOCATION IN THE TELEPHONE BOX

QU42. What’s ‘wild’ that you are being warned about on the approach to Moreton?  A: FOWL

QUESTIONS ON FOOT AT MORETON

QU43. Who celebrated their 60th year in the Cotswolds back in 1992? A: T.N. HILL & SON

QU44. When was the old police station built? A: 1897

QU45. Who sells fossils in town? A: JON FOX

QU46. Which famous author visited the Bell Inn? A: TOLKEIN

QU47. Who is the collector of the ‘Undermentioned Tolls’? LORD OF THE MANOR F. PAGE

BACK IN THE CAR

QU48. What “high-flying” capital city and military leader can you find here?  A: WELLINGTON

QU49. What may “precipitate” down this road to Blockley? A: HAILSTONES

QU50. The Queen never had to wait around in one of these, she has her own transport. What was erected in the Queens honour and when? A: BUS STOP 1953

 

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