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Treasure Hunt Questions & Answers

Question/Clue

Answer

 

Somewhat like Narnia, in a rear garden, is an ornate lamppost with two lamps –

Where am I

 

 

A: Ashley House

A lamb adorns this house. Was it a sign?

 

B: Barnleigh House

C: Is for Coded

 

GURXVATFNEZF =

 

The Kings Arms

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

U

V

W

X

Y

Z

 

Local wildlife attraction shapes knockers at the second of the large firs.

 

 

D: Dragon Fly Door Knocker

I’m told to keep my beady eye on you by what sounds like popular request –

What am I  

 

E: Stone Eagle

F: Fine the oldest dated house/building in the village (must be visible)

 

The Gables 1698

Not a place for vertical take off planes or keepers of  birds of prey

 

G: Gables

Opposite  Dalhousie house I can be seen. Bright yellow, next to two white friends. What letters and numbers do I have?

 

H: H80/2

Who is the keeper of the peace at the Keeper’s Cottage?

 

I: Intercept Alarms

Home of Punch’s partner at the end of the lane.

 

J: Judy’s Hill

K: Where in the Kings Arms is the old Well

 

Car Park – Just behind back door

These are four of these knocking on Hemington Road

 

L: Lion Head Knockers

M: Maths

Add the number of children Queen Victoria had to the number on the golden seat where you take a rest and multiple by the number of Polebrook hall giant mushrooms

 

9 + 2000 x 3 = 6027

N: How far do you have to go to find an angry French Man

 Normans cross 7 ½  miles

 

 

If Polebrook House is ADT, where is DGI?

 

O: Old Bakery

P: Polebrook Hall. Standing at the mushrooms outside. How many smokers at the Hall?

 

12

Q: Where the Queen was put outside in 1988 by BRVH?

 

Correlglen or Chrichton

Which bird represents the white cottage?

 

R: Robin

This is a sign of Help without the dash dash dash displayed at which cottage.

 

S: Stone Cottage

You’d have to go hammer and tongs to have got freehold converted.

 

T: The Old Forge

U: Unknown

 

In front of the plough. 0213 marks the spot. Its black and white really. What am I?

 

Telegraph Pole

From 1904 you would have been able to read books here.

 

V: Village Hall (Reading Room)

This house is not made of straw, but you can see it in the garden walls. What am I and how many are there in the wall?

 

W: Wheatsheaf (1)

How many miles a centurion would have walked to Oundle, Great Gidding and Luddington

 

X: 10 Miles

Not far from those remembered find the home of the arrow's mother."

 

Y: Yew House

Something to represent the letter Z.

 

Place in an envelope (no bigger objects) and attach to your final submission (No writing on paper words beginning with Z, drawings or photo’s etc…)

 

Z: Zest (peel), Zip, Zinc etc………..