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Coffee Break Corner Quiz


Take a break and test your memory with our regular general knowledge quiz


1. Which English King is credited with composing Greensleeves? 2. In which month of the year does St Patrick’s Day occur? 3. For which international team did Allan Border play cricket? 4. Who played the children’s father in the 2005 film Nanny McPhee? 5. By what name is the young of a kangaroo known? 6. From which musical does the song I Got Plenty of Nuthin’ come? 7. What is the currency of Israel? 8. Which sport is Chris Boardman famous for? 9. Which cigarette brand shares its name with an alternative word for Honeysuckle? 10. Which author wrote the novel Lucky Jim? 11. How many laps are completed during a speedway race? 12. What is another name for the rowan tree? 13. What is the chemical symbol for gold? 14. Which swimmer won seven gold medals at the 1972 Olympic Games? 15. To which group of animals does the adjective ‘porcine’ refer? 16. Who wrote the book entitled A Brief History of Time? 17. Which city is the capital of Belgium? 18. How many pints are there in eight gallons? 19. Who was the last British Governor of Hong Kong? 20. What are rhinoceros’ horns composed of?


By what name is the young of a kangaroo known? (Photo: Azri)


MARKET TRADER, JULY 19 - AUGUST 1, 2019


Get a taste of market trading for free this summer with Lancaster City Council


Which city is the capital of Belgium? (Photo: melfoody) This week’s quote


“Never tell the truth to people who are not worthy of it.”


– Mark Twain


Free and discounted rental offers for new traders are currently available at our indoor, outdoor & covered markets in Lancaster and Morecambe.


For more information and to register an interest visit:


lancaster.gov.uk/markets


ANSWERS:


1. Henry VIII 2. March 3. Australia 4. Colin Firth 5. Joey 6. Porgy and Bess 7. Shekel 8. Cycling 9. Woodbine 10. Kingsley Amis


11. Four 12. Mountain ash 13. Au 14. Mark Spitz 15. Pigs 16. Stephen Hawking 17. Brussels 18. Sixty four 19. Chris Patten 20. Hair (keratin)


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