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Which Wars between the Houses of Lancaster and York started in St Albans in May 1455?
The Wars of the Roses
How many wings does a butterfly have?
In the song “Scarborough Fair” which other herbs are mentioned apart from parsley and sage?
Rosemary and Thyme
At which English monument do Pagans and Druids celebrate the summer solstice?
In which song will you hear the lyrics: “The living is easy fish are jumping and the cotton is high”?
In the popular children’s rhyme, “Mondays Child” which child works hard for his living?
Which long running comedy programme on TV featured two comics with the same first name?
The Two Ronnies
Which famous race do you associate with the Epsom Downs Racecourse?
In the Bond film Goldfinger, what was the name of Goldfinger's bodyguard?
Which American state produces the most oil?
What is the name of water that collects in the bottom of a boat?
What breed of cat, rabbit, and goat have the same name?
In the Hans Christian Andersen story, which little girl was found inside the petals of a flower?
Which spice is said to be a cure for sea sickness?
What would you find inside a Baked Alaska?
Of which island is St Peter’s Port the main town?
Name Peter Rabbit's three sisters?
Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail
What is the name of the famous hat that originated in Ecuador?
Which British city has the most canals?
It occurs once in a minute, twice in a week and once in a year! What is it?
The letter E