7th June 2020

We put our weekly entertainment sheets out for passers-by in the village, but if you’ve missed some weeks or they’re all gone, then we have posted each weeks quiz questions and answers up here!  We have also added in our children’s weekly quiz so the whole family can get involved.  Answers can be found underneath each weeks questions.


Stay safe and stay entertained (for a few minutes at least!)  Good luck!




1. Unscramble to find the English County: ESRCHIHE
2. In 1917 the British Monarchy changed their ‘house name’ from Saxe-Coburg-Gotha to what?
3. The song All Time High by Rita Coolidge is from which James Bond movie?
4. Who am I? Born in 1933, I am an iconic British actor, who has been awarded an OBE. I am known for my cockney accent. Most impressions of him include the saying ‘not a lot of people know that’.
5. Name the two presenters of Masterchef UK?
6. In netball, which two positions can score goals?
7. Rene Magritte’s ‘The Son of Man’ depicts a man in a suit and bowler hat. Which fruit is covering his face?
8. What does the ‘DC’ stand for in Washington DC?
9. What was the name of Madonna’s first studio album, released in 1983?
10. Riddle: What gets wet while drying?
11. Name the big 5 safari animals
12. What type of plants can be foung in a Rockery?
13. Which high street retailer has the slogan ‘should have gone to … ‘
14. Which former Blue Peter presenter is also known for hunting ghosts?
15. What are the long triangles on a backgammon board called?


1. What is the main ingredient in guacamole?
2. What date is Christmas day?
3. During a thunderstorm do you hear thunder or see lightning first?
4. what does a white dove symbolise?
5. Where would you go to watch a movie?
6. What us the seventh month of the year?
7. What do chickens lay?
8. What are tiny insects that travel in armies?
9. What is the opposite of dark?
10. What sea creature has eight legs?
11. North, South, East and ??
12. What type of picture at the hospital shows bones?
13. What are the colours on the German Flag?
14. What is the name of the main red car in the film Cars?
15. What is Postman Pat’s cat called?


1. Cheshire    2. Windsor   3. Octopussy   4. Michael Caine    5. John Torode and Gregg Wallace   6. Goal shooter and goal attack    7. Apple   8. District of Columbia   9, Madonna   10. A towel   11. Buffalo, leopard, lion, rhino, elephant    12. Alpines   13. Specsavers   . 14Yvette Fielding   15. Points

1. Avocado   2. December 25th   3. See lightning (light travels quicker than sound)   4. Peace   5. Cinema   6. July   7. Eggs   8. Ants    9. Light   10. Octopus   11. West    12. X-ray   13. Black, red and gold   14. Lightning McQueen    15. Jess



1. If I ordered at Hand and Flowers, which famous chefs pub would I be in?
2. Which church has been the setting for every coronation since 1066?
3. What are bow line, clove hitch and reef types of?
4. Which sport is Jonathon Edwards known for and has held the world record in since 1995?
5. Which board game has pieces that resemble a piece if cheese?
6. In which county is the theme park Alton towers?
7. Which car company manufacture the Qashqai?
8. What is the correct term for a fluffy cloud?
9. Who am I? I was born in 1972. I am a double Olympic gold medallist and have been awarded an OBE for services OBE sport. I am known for my televised world challenges and had a cycling incident which caused brain injury. In 2018 became the oldest competitor in the boat race.
10. In which winemaking region would you find chianti?
11. Which flower changes it colour from pink to blue according to the acidity of the soil?
12. What is the name of Rene’s wife in ‘Allo ‘Allo?
13. Who mainly produced Natwest pigs in the 1980s?
14. Which England based street artist is known for his political and social commentary works featured on streets, walls and bridges?
15. Which actor connects these shows? Soldier Soldier, Wire in the Blood and Grantchester?


1. Where does the Queen live when she stays in London?
2. What is a baby whale called?
3. In snakes and ladders, do you go up for down snakes?
4. Which song do you put your right leg in, your right leg out, in, out, in, out then shake it all about?
5. What is frozen rain called?
6. Which is the odd one out? Hot chocolate, tea, coffee, orange juice?
7. Which superhero has a butler?
8. What currency does Spain, France and Germany use?
9. What round green vegetables do you have with Christmas Dinner?
10. Penne, tagliatelle and macaroni are all types of what?
11. Which two farm animals can you get milk from?
12. Which flower do you blow to ‘tell the time’?
13. Which country is directly above England?
14. How many 20ps do you need to make £1?
15. In film, who is the nanny that gets prettier when the children behave?


1. Tom Kerridge 2. Westminster Abbey 3. Knot 4. Triple long jump 5. Trivial Pursuit 6. Staffordshire 7. Nissan 8. Cumulus 9. James Cracknell 10. Tuscany, Italy 11. Hydrangea 12. Edith 13. Wade Ceramics 14. Banksy 15. Robson Green

1. Buckingham Palace   2. Calf   3. Down   4. Honey cokey    5. Hail   6. Orange juice   7. Batman   8. Euro  9. Brussell Sprouts  10. Pasta   11. Cows and goats  12. Dandelion   13. Scotland  14. Five   15. Nanny McPhee



1. Which artist has had a UK number one single in five consecutive decades?
2. What is the next number in the series? 1, 4, 10, 22, 46, ?
3. In snooker, which order are the colours potted?
4. Name the three states of America which begin with the letter C.
5. Unscramble these letters to find the tennis player: LARANFALED
6. Who am I? I was born in 1960 and am a television presenter, best known for co-hosting a gameshow for over 20 years. I am an author, with bestselling books covering dieting and education. I have a pilot’s license and an MBE.
7. In radio code which word is U?
8. Mary Westmacott is the pseudonym for which famous writer?
9. Which artist is known for his work at La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona?
10. The English word Thursday is named after which Nordic God?
11. What are the names of the Duke of York’s two daughters?
12. Where can you find Becketts, Chapel and Hanger Straight?
13. In which book/movie series would you find Katniss Everdeen?
14. Typically, what four ingredients go into a cosmopolitan cocktail?
15. Which actor connects this films? Catch Me If You Can, The Terminal, Bridge of Spies


1. Which is the odd one out? Sandals, Flip Flops, Scarf, Boots
2. In the nursery rhyme, who sat on a wall before having a great fall?
3. Which river flows through London?
4. What is the name of the boy that visits Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory?
5. How many days are there in a fortnight?  
6. What colour is scarlet?
7. What is the name of the teacher in Peppa Pig?
8. What type of mythical animal did St George, the patron saint of England, slay?
9. Which famous book by Charles Dickens is about an orphan born in a workhouse?
10. In Beauty and the Beast, how many eggs does Gaston eat for breakfast?
11. In which American city is The Statue of Liberty?
12. How many leaves does a lucky clover have?
13. Which people travelled in longships and raided Britain from Scandinavia in early medieval times?
14. What are the Alps?
15. Crawl, backstroke and butterfly are different methods in which sport?


1. Cliff Richard   2. 94 (method: x2, +2)   3. Red, Yellow, Green, Brown, Blue, Pink, Black   4. California, Colorado, Connecticut   5. Rafael Nadal   6. Carol Voderman   7. Uniform    8. Agatha Christie   9.Gaudi   10. Thor   11. Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie   12. Silverstone F1 circuit   13. The Hunger Games   14. Lime juice, vodka, cranberry juice, orange liquer   15. Tom Hanks

1. Scarf   2. Humpty Dumpty   3. The Thames   4. Charlie Bucket   5. 14   6. Red   7. Madame Gazelle   8. Dragon   9. Oliver!   10. 5 dozen (it’s in the song)   11. New York   12. Four   13. Vikings   14. Mountains   15. Swimming



1. Who wrote ‘The Jungle Book’?
2. Who hosts Radio 2’s morning show on weekdays?
3. In the 1996 film ‘Romeo and Juliet’, which actors played the title roles?
4. In beer, what does IPA stand for?
5. In which city do Aston Villa FC play their home games?
6. What number is represented by the Roman numeral D?
7. Which artist is famous for his melted clocks?
8. How many daughters did King George VI have?
9. In cricket, what is a Golden Duck?
10. Who directed the 2013 film ‘Wolf of Wall Street’?
11. How many Christmas number ones have Spice Girls had?
12. Which craft involves folding paper into designs?
13. In which year did TV’s Emmerdale Farm change it’s name to Emmerdale?
14. What is the capital city of Turkey?
15. In 2006, who won the third series of the X Factor in the UK?


1. Name the four girls in Little Mix.
2. In Mary Poppins what is the name of the main chimney sweep?
3. What is the name of the small plastic toy building blocks?
4. What are ballet, tap and street all types of?
5. Which garden bird is brown with a red tummy?
6. What three flavours does neapolitan ice cream consist of?
7. What is Peter Rabbits best friend called?
8. How can you tell the age of a tree?
9. Unscramble the letters to find the sport: NITSEN
10. In ‘The Lion King’ who is Simba’s Daddy?
11. What is the Sahara?
12. Which King had six wives?
13. Which sport involves a bat, a ball and wickets?
14. Who is scooby-doo’s nephew?
15. How do bats sleep?


1. Rudyard Kipling   2. Zoe Ball   3. Leonardo DiCaprio & Claire Danes   4. India Pale Ale   5. Birmingham   6. 500   7. Salvador Dali   8. Two (Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret)   9. Batsmen gets out on first ball   10. Martin Scorsese   11. Three (2 Become 1, Too Much and Goodbye: 1996-98)   12. Origami   13. 1989    14. Ankara    15. Leona Lewis

1. Jesse, Leigh-Anne, Jade & Perrie   2. Bert   3. Lego   4. Dance    5. Robin   6. Chocolate, Vanilla & Strawberry   7. Benjamin   8. By counting the rings on the stump   9. Tennis   10. Mufasa   11. Desert   12. Henry VIII   13. Cricket   14. Scrappy Doo   15. Upside down



1. What are the first names of the original five members of Take That?
2. Which golf tournament presents its winner with a green jacket?
3. On the human body, a keloid is a type of what?
4. The Lady Lever Art Gallery is in which English city?
5. Which pop star’s real name is Gordon Sumner?
6. In January 2007 a stricken container ship became beached in Lyme Bay. What was the name of the ship?
7. Who have been the only ‘pair’ to win Sports Personality of the Year?
8. Who painted the Sistine Chapel ceiling?
9. What is the capital of Austria?
10. Which company’s slogin is ‘Every Little Helps’ ?
11. Who was the president of the National Union of Mineworkers from 1982 to 2002?
12. Who wrote Lord of the Rings?
13. Which UK airport has the code LBA
14. What Nationality was painter Frida Kahlo?
15. What year did Eastenders start?


  1. Which princess proved who she was by fitting into a glass slipper?
  2. Can an ostrich fly?
  3. What animal has black and white stripes?
  4. Which two colours mixed together make green?
  5. Which superhero’s real name is Clark Kent?
  6. In cricket, what country does England play against for the Ashes?
  7. What is the name given to an animal that only eats plants?
  8. What is the name of the tree that produces conkers?
  9. What colour is a ruby?
  10. Which famous building did Guy Fawkes try to blow up?
  11. What colour belt are martial arts experts entitled to wear?
  12. Which word can go before ache, brush and paste to make three other words?
  13. Which flower is the emblem of Wales?
  14. How many centimeters are there in 1 meter?
  15. What is the name of the fairy in the movie Peter Pan?


1. Gary, Robbie, Howard, Jason and Mark   2. The Masters   3. Scar   4. Liverpool   5. Sting   6. MSC Napoli   7. Torville & Dean (1984)   8. Michelangelo   9. Vienna   10. Tesco   11. Arthur Scargill   12. Tolkien   13. Leeds Bradford Airport   14. Mexican   15. 1985

1.Cinderella   2.No   3. Zebra   4. Blue and Yellow   5. Superman   6. Australia   7. Herbivore   8. Horse Chestnut   9. Red   10. Houses of Parliament   11. Black   12. Tooth   13. Daffodil   14. 100   15.Tinkerbell


1. What was the name of the famous girl band that Cheryl Cole belonged to?
2. Who has scored the most goals in international football for England?
3. If you were born on September 30th, what would your zodiac sign be?
4. In which English county is the Royal Forest of Dean?
5. The hit singles ‘I just can’t stop loving you’ and ‘the man in the mirror’ appeared on which Michael Jackson album?
6. What are the patterns called which are applied to the hands of Indian women using Henna?
7. Riga is the capital of which country?
8. What is IQ short for?
9. Anchor, Honeycomb, Satin and Faggot are all what?
10. ‘The Angel of the North’ is the work of which British sculptor?
11. On April 9th 2005, their marriage ended years of speculation on a relationship which has spanned the decades since they first met in 1970. Who are they?
12. In humans, Graves disease is the result of an overactive what?
13. The Eurostar travels to Europe from which London station?
14. Rumble in the Jungle was a historic boxing event that took place on October 20th 1974 between who?
15. If a Westcountry based fishing boat has the letters SS on it – to which port is it registered to?


1. At which time of year are Hot Cross Buns usually eaten?
2. What colour eyes are all babies born with at first?
3. Who is Mickey Mouse’s girlfriend?
4. When do you go trick or treating?
5. Great Whites and Hammerheads are what type of animals?
6. By what title were leaders of ancient Egypt known?
7. How many holes are there on a golf course?
8. What is a group of lions called?
9. Which fictional city is the home of Batman?
10. King Triton is the father of which Disney Princess?
11. The Ram is the symbol for which zodiac sign?
12. What is the capital city of Portugal?
13. How many days are there in a leap year?
14. What animal is Black Beauty?
15. What are the two main types of elephants?


1. Girls Aloud    2. Wayne Rooney    3. Libra    4. Gloucestershire    5. Bad    6. Mehndi    7. Latvia    8. Intelligence Quotient    9. Embroidery Stitches    10. Antony Gormley    11. Charles & Camilla    12. Thyroid gland    13. St Pancras    14. George Foreman & Muhammed Ali    15. St Ives

1. Easter (Good Friday)    2. Blue    3. Minnie Mouse    4. On Halloween / Oct 31st    5. Sharks    6. Pharaoh    7. Eighteen    8. A pride    9. Gotham City    10. Ariel / The Little Mermaid    11. Aries    12. Lisbon    13. 366    14. Horse    15. Asian and African



  1. McFly rose to fame after which boy band invited them to tour with them in 2004?
  2. Unchained Melody has reached number 1 in the UK charts four times with four different artists…can you name them all?
  3. Name the only American president to resign from office?
  4. If something is done in a clandestine way, how is it done?
  5. How many circles are there on a Twister game mat?
  6. How long is the Great Wall of China?
  7.  Which company does this slogan belong to: Good things come to those that wait.
  8. UHT on a milk carton stand for what?
  9. Which cocktail consists of Tia Maria, Vodka and Coke?
  10. If you are watching cricket at the Oval, in which county cricket club are you sat?
  11. In Monopoly, what colour is Bow Street?
  12. Who am I? I was born in Ulm, Germany in 1876.  In 1895 I moved to Switzerland to study and in 1921 I won the Nobel Prize for physics.  I emigrated to the USA in 1933.
  13. Where on the body would you find the thinnest layer of skin?
  14.  Which TV cooks where known as the ‘two fat ladies’?
  15. In golf what is the term for one under par?


  1. Which fairy tale character slept for 100 years?
  2. What is a baby goat called?
  3. What is the long river than runs through Egypt?
  4. What is the name of the tree that produces conkers?
  5. Which three colours make up the Union Jack Flag?
  6. What is the name of the Snowman in the film “Frozen”?
  7. Which sport is played with a shuttlecock?
  8. How many legs does a spider have?
  9. A mountain from where lava erupts is called what?
  10. In the movie “The Lion King”, what kind of animal is Timon?
  11. What do caterpillars turn into?
  12. What magical item does Alladin use to fly on?
  13. What is the opposite to North?
  14. What breed of dog is covered in spots?
  15. Name the gas that is essential for us to breathe?


1. Busted   2. Jimmy Young (1955), The Righteous Brothers (1990), Robson & Jerome (1995), Gareth Gates (2002)   3. President Nixon    4. Secretively    5. Twenty Four   6. 4000 miles    7. Guinness    8. Ultra Heat Treated   9. Black Russian    10.  Surrey   11. Orange   12. Albert Einstein    13. Eyelids    14. Jennifer Patterson & Clarissa Dickson-Wright   15. Birdie

1. Sleeping Beauty    2. Kid    3. The Nile   4. Horse Chestnut     5. Red, White and Blue      6. Olaf      7. Badminton     8. Eight     9. Volcano   10. Meerkat   11. Butterfly    12. Carpet    13. South   14. Dalmation   15. Oxygen



  1. Which club had Peter Kay and Paddy McGuinness as doormen?
  2. What’s the name of the tower block where Del Boy lives?
  3. In nature what is a red admiral?
  4. Which line is red on the London underground map?
  5. In 6 Nations Rugby which team won the 2012 Grand Slam trophy
  6. What is Scotlands longest river?
  7. What year did the first woman ride in the Grand National?
  8. Who was the founder of French Impressionist painting?
  9. In which sport would you hear the term ‘catching a crab’?
  10. Has Ronan keating sold more records as a solo artist or with Boyzone?
  11. Who am I? I am a famous actress and I have had seven husbands.  I was married to Richard Burton twice.
  12. Which group released the song ‘Ruby’ in 2007?
  13. Who played Elliott’s little sister Gertie in the film E.T.?
  14. Lacharaphobia is a fear of which type of food?
  15. What are baby salmon called when emerging from their eggs?


  1. What is Dr Who’s time machine called?
  2. Name the organ that pumps blood around the body?
  3. What do you use to measure temperature?
  4. What does a carnivore eat?
  5. What are the five colours of the Olympic rings?
  6. What is frozen water?
  7. What is the largest mammal in the world?
  8. What is the colour of a sapphire gemstone?
  9. What are baby frogs and toads known as?
  10. What is the coloured part of the eye called?
  11. In the film Babe, what type of animal was Babe?
  12. How many dots can be found on a die/dice?
  13. In Greek mythology, who turned all that he touched into gold?
  14. What is the name of Winnie the Pooh’s donkey friend?
  15. Which two colours do you mix to make purple? 


1. The Phoenix   2.  Nelson Mandela House   3.  Butterfly    4. Central line    5. Wales    6. River Tay   7. 1977, Charlotte Brew    8. Claude Monet    9.  Rowing   10. Boyzone – 25mil / Solo – 20mil 11. Elizabeth Taylor   12. Kaiser Chiefs   13.Drew Barrymore   14. Vegetables   15. Fry

1. Tardis 2. Heart   3. A Thermometer   4. Meat   5. Blue, black, green, red and yellow   6. Ice   7. A whale   8. Blue   9. Tadpoles   10. The iris   11. A pig   12. TwentyOne (1+2+3+4+5+6)   13. Midas   14. Eeyore   15. Red and blue



  1. What flavour is the liquor ‘cassis’?
  2. Who created the famous sculpture ‘The Thinker’?
  3. Who am I? I was born in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, in 1935. I am an actress, a singer and an author and I have published a children’s story book with my daughter. In the 2000 New Year’s Honours List I was made a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire.
  4. Where in the world is Belvedere Palace?
  5. ‘Suncrisp’, ‘Golden Russet’ and ‘Braeburn’ are all varieties of which fruit?
  6. Whose advertising slogan is “It’s Got Our Name On It”
  7. How many lines are there in a limerick?
  8. What was the name of the character played by John Travolta in the film ‘Pulp Fiction’?
  9. Which is the only letter in Scrabble to have a value of five points?
  10. In 1999, a publicity stunt by FHM magazine saw a huge naked picture of which celebrity projected onto the Houses of Parliament?
  11. If you ordered a dish containing ‘saag’ in an Indian restaurant, what would you find in your dish?
  12. In Cockney rhyming slang what does Read and write mean?
  13. Name the song and artist: “‘Cause I have been told that salvation lets their wings unfold.”
  14. Which metal has the chemical symbol Pb?
  15. Who played the title character in the BBC series ‘Jonathan Creek’?


  1. What is the colour of an Emerald?
  2. According to the Dr Seuss book, who stole Christmas?
  3. Which superhero can climb up walls and buildings?
  4. How many colours are in a rainbow?
  5. What do you need to stick on an envelope before you post it?
  6. Which animal is the tallest in the world?
  7. Which singing voice is the highest pitch? Soprano, tenor or baritone?
  8. What kind of tree do acorns come from?
  9. Two planets in our solar system begin with M, can you name them?
  10. What movie is Princess Fiona from?
  11. Merci means thank you in which language?
  12. What is a baby kangaroo called?
  13. The Great Barrier Reef is located in which country??
  14. In which forest do Robin Hood and his Merry Men live?
  15. What sort of animal is the video game character Sonic?


1. Blackcurrant    2. Auguste Rodin  3. Julie Andrews  4. Austria     5. Apple     6. Wickes   7. Five   8. Vincent Vega      9. K   10. Gail Porter  11. Spinach   12.  Fight   13. Angels / Robbie Williams  14. Lead   15. Alan Davies

1. Green    2. The Grinch    3. Spiderman    4. Seven    5.  A stamp    6. Giraffe    7. Soprano    8. Oak    9. Mercury and Mars   10. Shrek    11. French    12. Joey    13. Australia    14. Sherwood Forest    15. Hedgehog



  1. Name the British Athlete who won the Gold medal for Women’s Javelin at the 1984 games?
  2. How many years did Queen Victoria Reign for, 61 years, 63 years or 65 years?
  3. Who am I? I was born 20 January 1971, am an English singer, songwriter and record producer. I am frontman and lead vocalist of one of Britain’s most successful “Boy bands” as well as a solo artist in my own right and was the head judge on The X Factor for three years.
  4. Ozzy Osbourne bit the head off which type of creature on stage in Iowa in 1982
  5. In Cluedo, name the missing suspect – Reverend Green, Miss Scarlett, Mrs Peacock, Colonel Mustard, Mrs White and who else?
  6. In the film ‘The Silence of the Lambs’, which actor played the part of Hannibal Lector
  7. How many ladies singles titles has Martina Navratilova won?
  8. The Italian word “scusa” translates to what in English?
  9. Which international delivery service has an arrow “hidden” within it’s logo?
  10. Released in 2013, what is the highest grossing animated film of all time?
  11. What part of Finland is the capital Helsinki: North, East, South or West?
  12. In French cooking, which ‘S’ is a dish of eggs whisked and baked?
  13. Which lake holds by far the largest volume of water in the UK?
  14. Which physicist and chemist was the first woman to be awarded a Nobel prize?
  15. Who is the Roman goddess of the dawn?


  1. How many letters are there in the English alphabet?
  2. What do you call a house made of ice?
  3. Which is the tallest mountain in the world?
  4. Which festival is called the festival of light?
  5. What is the name of Dorothy’s dog in the Wizard of Oz?
  6. What type of bird lays the largest eggs?
  7. On a farm a kid is a baby what?
  8. What is the name of the fairy in Peter Pan?
  9. What is the name of the Little Mermaid?
  10. What do you call a type of shape that has five sides?
  11. What colour are Smurfs?
  12. Who is the author of the Harry Potter books?
  13. What food do Giant Pandas normally eat?
  14. What is the name of Peppa Pig’s brother
  15. In which direction does the sun rise?


1. Tessa Sanderson   2.  63 years     3. Gary Barlow    4. A bat     5. Professor Plum      6. Anthony Hopkins  7. Nine       8.   Sorry    9.  Fed Ex   10. Frozen   11. South     12.  Souffle  13. Loch Ness  14. Marie Curie   15. Aurora

1. 26     2. Igloo    3.  Mount Everest    4. Diwali     5.  Toto      6. Ostrich    7. Goat       8.  Tinkerbell      9.  Ariel   10. Pentagon    11.  Blue       12. J K Rowling     13. Bamboo    14. George     15.   East



  1. From which country does pitta bread originate?
  2. Which bird can swim but cannot fly?
  3. In what year was the Berlin wall built?
  4. Which device is used to measure the air pressure?
  5. Which French town is known for its mustard?
  6. Who is the director of Reservoir Dogs?
  7. Which language group includes Irish, Welsh and Breton?
  8. Who discovered one of the first antibiotics: penicillin ?
  9. What number is on Herbie the beatle?
  10. How many children did Queen Victoria have?
  11. Which actor played the famous hobbit – Frodo?
  12. The name of which dinosaur means “triple horned”?
  13. What is the longest river in Europe?
  14. In which country were the first Olympic Games held?
  15. Who wrote Oliver Twist?


  1. What is the name of the building you visit to borrow books?
  2. Which type of ship would fly a jolly roger?
  3. How many days are there in September?
  4. Which country would you visit to see The Eiffel Tower?
  5. Oompa Loompas are a group of workers in which children’s book?
  6. When does a nocturnal animal sleep, at night or in the day?
  7. What is the name of the toy cowboy in Toy Story?
  8. What sweet food made by bees using nectar from flowers?
  9. In the nursery rhyme, who sat on a wall before having a great fall
  10. In Jungle Book what kind of animal is Baloo?
  11. What type of insect is a cabbage white?
  12. In which city is the football ground Old Trafford?
  13. Name the world famous tennis tournament played on grass in London every year?
  14. Two British coins have seven sides, can you name them?
  15. Who was created by Gepetto the woodcarver?


1. Greece   2. Penguin  3.  1961     4. Barometer  5.  Dijon   6. Quentin Tarantino  7. Celtic languages    8. Alexander Fleming     9. Fifty-three     10. Nine children   11. Elijah Wood    12. Triceratops     13. Wolga river   14. Greece    15. Charles Dickens

1. Library   2. Pirate    3. Thirty   4. France  5. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory    6. Day    7. Woody    8. Honey     9.  Humpty Dumpty    10. Bear         11. Butterfly       12. Manchester    13.  Wimbledon    14. 20p & 50p    15. Pinocchio