Sunday 12th Easter Sunday quiz

Welcome to your Sunday 12th Easter Sunday quiz

Last weeks clear leaders were team TREVIC well done team amazing results. 85%

Who will be this weeks winners?

Hope you have fun and please stay safe and Happy Easter.

Love Tracy x

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General Knowledge.

What was the name of the bear in the Muppet Show?

Which story begins "all children except one grow up"?
The oil of which spice is traditionally used for the cure of toothache?
Which cut of beef is found between the rump and the fore rib?
What name was given to the eleven states that fought the Union in the US Civil War?
What kind of monkey gives it's name to a type of blood group?
Which doctor discovered Penicillin by accident?
Tiger Bay is an area of which British city?
When milk sours what acid is formed?

Film and Movies.

Name the main character in the film The Raiders Of The Lost Ark?

What animal is associated with the beginning of an MGM film?
What's the dogs name from The Wizard of Oz?

Which epic film, based on a real historical character, is the only film to win an Oscar for Best Picture without any female speaking role?
The Blue Meanies were the enemy of the Beatles in which film?
Which is the only country in Western Europe not to have ever imposed film censorship?
Who, in the film of the same name, said, No, Mr Bond, I expect you to die!?
The Walt Disney film, The Jungle Book was adapted from a book of the same name written by whom? 

Food and Drink.

What type of food is a Pentland Javelin?

What fruit do you get when you cross a Raspberry with an American Dewberry? 
On Burns Night, which vegetable is the traditional eaten with the haggis?
Which meringue-based dessert is named after a Russian Prima Ballerina(1881-1931)?
What is the name of the traditional English dish made from pork trimmings and pigs head?
In which country would you find the wine making region known as the Barossa Valley?
What flavour is Cointreau?
In which country is the Hawkes Bay wine growing region?
What is the coffee drink called that is made from espresso with additional hot water added?

Picture Round.

In what year was the Tamar Road bridge officially opened?

Callingtons Pipewell on Well street was originally know as?

What is the name of the church on Church Street.

In November 1959 this image was captured at which railway station?

*Image copyright Mike Roach.
Name the point of interest.

Born in St Ive in April 1860 she was a British welfare campaigner, feminist, and pacifist known for her efforts during the Boar war in South Africa where she is still today consider a heroine.
Who is she?

How high is Kit Hill?

Name this Holy well

In a recent showing, Greg Wallace visited Callington but what really goes into a pasty?

What is this?

Who created the Smurfs?

His real name is Pierre Culliford but we are looking for his "Pen" name.
Which Harry Potter films is this?

Finally for fun, what did you really think about that documentary during the week?
Mustard, coriander and minced beef - my arse!
View on BBC iPlayer

Thanks for playing. Tracy x

16 thoughts on “Sunday 12th Easter Sunday quiz

  • 12th April 2020 at 4:41 pm

    Good Quiz, I’m sure the official opening of the bridge was 62 by the Queen Mother.

      • 12th April 2020 at 5:35 pm

        Great fun….something to wake the brain up a little. Thankyou for organising it.

        • 12th April 2020 at 5:37 pm

          It’s our pleasure.
          Thanks for playing.

        • 12th April 2020 at 8:15 pm

          Well done trace. Good bit of fun. Hope you’re well and staying safe.

          • 12th April 2020 at 8:24 pm

            Thanks for taking part. We all good thank you x and hope your all well also x

    • 12th April 2020 at 5:35 pm

      Yaaaaayyyyyy I’m getting better at this xxx

      • 12th April 2020 at 11:44 pm

        First time playing! Enjoyed it! Good quiz- will be back next week!

        • 13th April 2020 at 12:14 am

          Thank you.

  • 12th April 2020 at 5:13 pm

    Gutted I spelt trolls wrong. And I wrote Wales not Cardiff

    • 12th April 2020 at 5:16 pm

      Whoops :-{
      Have double checked the Trolls spelling and whilst originally we thought it was Trollz it is the former.
      Thanks for playing though.

  • 12th April 2020 at 5:58 pm

    Great fun quiz Tracy, thanks for organising.

    • 13th April 2020 at 5:08 pm

      Thank you and for playing

      • 14th April 2020 at 3:14 am

        Nice quiz

  • 15th April 2020 at 11:40 pm

    Another good one Tracy xxx


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