Village Treasure Hunt
through Church gate and turn right.
is buried in the first grave on the right?
through kissing gate into field.
many new trees are planted in orchard on right?
is the name of the house that can be seen from the new gate on the left?
through next kissing gate.
4.How many llamas in field on right?
through next kissing gate and continue straight ahead.
colour is public footpath sign?
tree growing in wood is good for making wine and cordial?
a sycamore leaf.
At end of wood, cross field following path.
many telegraph posts in the field?
footpath between houses.
flower, growing to the left of the path past the house on left, was the
emblem of Margaret Beaufort, grandmother of Henry V111?
tree grows at the end of the path?
right along lane.
far have you walked?
is the name on the goalpost on right?
was the house on the right hand bend?
does the bench on your right commemorate?
mark does the donkey in the field on your right have on its back?
is the number on the dog waste bin?
footpath opposite dog waste bin.
company made the fence on your left?
you find a dandelion clock?
Turn right onto Treacle Lane
is the picture of on Flint Cottage’s sign?
next cottage on the left is Risden. This is an old name for where?
numbers are on the hydrant sign to the right?
junction turn right.
picture is in the window of Little Thatches?
was Rose and Crown House?
chimney is a copy of one made by which famous architect?
is the number of the phone in the phone box?