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May 2011 Page 23
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OOH how we love to get your photos in The Greenwich Visitor in-tray...es
pecially when they’re accompanied by kind words about the paper. So thank you Maggie Rea for this glorious sunset shot at home at Abbey Wood. Maggie picked up the paper in Sainsbury’s in Greenwich
and was impressed. “I’ve now read your paper from cover to cover,” she wrote, “and am blown away by it’s lively, humourous and interesting contents.” Maggie, you sooo get it! Thanks for your kind words and your great picture.
month have taken the paper from our street distributors in Greenwich or from our supermarket dispensers. We’re also delivering to homes in Greenwich and Blackheath – if you don’t want to get a copy please contact us on the phone numbers or email address on Page 2. We only want the paper to go to people who want to read it. If you bin us, it’s a waste of trees. So send us YOUR snap next. We’d also love to see
Hundreds of visitors and residents every day of the
photos of you and your Greenwich Visitor in exotic places, at your home or when you go on holiday. Email editor@TheGreenwichVisitor.com
And enjoy the paper.
1 In which year did Royal Mail introduce self- adhesive stamps? 2 When is the Royal Standard flown half mast? 3 What was the original name of the Royal Air Force? 4 Which is the oldest Royal Parks in London? 5 Which Royal wedding took place in 1973? 6 Which organisation has the saying “Train One Save Many”? 7 Cambridge Favourite, Royal Sovereign and Talisman are all varieties of what? 8 Who designed the Royal Pavilion in Brighton? 9 The popular British pub name The Royal Oak is named after which King? 10 What colour in art is said to signify royalty?
GRAB a pint, or even a dry white wine. Actually, make it champagne seeing as we’re toasting a wedding. Think of a name for your team. Then tackle quiz master extraordinaire
Deke’s Royal inquisition. And no arguing over the answers! Catch one of Deke’s quizzes for real at The Vanbrugh every Monday night, 6 Colomb Street, from 8.30pm.
THERE’S more to Greenwich than the very centre of town...honest! And if you venture out by, say, 10 mintues on foot, you might just spot this. But look up.
No idea? Google it! email editor@ TheGreenwichVisitor.com
if you work it out... Fabio Liberali recognised the Thames Barrier last time.
P I R A T E S E R N P T S E S S H A L S T OWH U P D G E B I Z N P N E A L I GW S H E S L O V A O G Z H V A E O X H A N S N E O U I U N E T L Y R D I F F O R D F A L T E K R AMK S C P R E NMR L A T E L X C A Y S R O F H T N J V OMQ P A R S H A U N A N L U C FME D Y E L L Z L O
OMG! OMG! Buy an extra Lottery ticket right now. £1.64m buys you a four-bedroom wing of the fantastic, amazing Vanbrugh Castle – the historic mansion overlooking Greenwich Park at Maze Hill. There’s a fine
reception room, four bedrooms, ace kitchen, a grand hallway and gorgeous gardens.An
d the views are simply stunning. What are you waiting for? A Lucky Dip please. Then call Foxons at Blackheath on 020 8432 7200.
HAVE you been paying attention to today’s paper? Are you sure? Good. Then you should have no
trouble spotting these crucial words mentioned in our Greenwich Visitor
wordsearch. Here they are: PIRATES, PLEDGE, HALSTOW, THE VALLEY, MARATHON, DIFFORD, FARMERS , MARKE T a n d THEWHO. Happy hunting! – SCF
DEKE’S PUB QUIZ: The Royal one
Like it? Live it!
The Pub Quiz
ANSWERS: 1 2001. 2 Never - on the passing of a monarch, their descendant immediately accedes to the throne. 3 Royal Flying Corps. 4 St James`s Park. 5 Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips. 6 R.N.L.I. (Royal National Lifeboat Institution). 7 Strawberries. 8 John Nash. 9 Charles II (he hid in an oak tree to escape enemies). 10 Purple.
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