And if you thought Neville’s quizzes were difficult, read on. Answers to Andrew please.
1 How many bikes are allowed on this 8 carriage GWR train?
2 From which “ecclesiastical” lane a number of Gromils routes have used can this folly be seen?
3 Which notorious crime is connected with Bridle Path, Whitchurch used by Gromils in November last year?
4 Which item of Indian aid to the UK is twice as deep as Nelson’s Common and situated near a cafe Gromils often use?
5 Which village on the “Visiting Mother Dunch” route features a famous car museum?
6 Which house is this, very close to a café Gromils have visited of the same name? It was lived in by Miss Beatrix, a rather eccentric gardener
7 Bit of a Google question but beware fake news; two people named Bowden made pivotal contributions to cycling around 100 years ago, what did they do?
8 At the bottom of somewhere; which place did Gromils come across this flood on 2nd March this year?
9 Which café Gromils have only visited around Christmas is near a house owned by Rowan Atkinson?
10 In which village is this manor on the “Flat White” route? Possibly a previous building was once owned by King Canute; no tide to test his powers here but near a significant river