Which poet is buried in Grasmere churchyard?
Which famous fictional character had a brother named Mycroft?
What plant does the Colorado beetle attack?
What type of pastry is used for profiteroles?
The bones of which English King were found underneath a Leicestershire car park?
What was the name of the famous cabaret dance group at the Folies-Bergère in Paris from the 1930s?
The Bluebell Girls
What was the favourite flower of Benjamin Disraeli?
Who wrote the novel ‘The Black Tulip’? (he also wrote the Count of Monte Cristo)
At which racecourse would you watch both the 'Oaks' and the 'Derby'?
Which country has the largest area – Australia or Brazil?
Which fictional creature disappeared leaving only a smile?
The Cheshire Cat
What colour is the Queen’s blotting paper?
What was Grace Darling’s father’s job?
Who was known as the demon barber of Fleet Street?
Because of the gold leaf decorating their caps what were officers in the army nicknamed?
What was the name of the organisation formed by the Treaty of Versailles which was supposed to keep peace in the World following WW1?
The League of Nations
The Home Guard were first known as LDV (Local Defence Volunteers). What were they nicknamed?
Look Duck and Vanish Brigade
Burberry designed a coat that had breathable fabric, first used by farmers then approved for military use in WW1: still fashionable today – what is it called?
A Trench Coat
Which word links: Pearls/Mussels/Onions?
A goldfish kept in a dark room will eventually turn white: True or false?