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Questions in the free easy quiz are as follows;
1. Queen Elizabeth I was known as ‘Good Queen’ what?
2. Name the dish – Chickpea, garlic and sesame puree.
3. In which sport did Louis Smith win a silver medal at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games?
4. Which torture device forced the victim to stand up inside a cabinet to be pierced when the door closed by knives or other similar sharp objects?
5. In which Stranglers hit did they wonder what happened to Elmyr de Hory, Leon Trotsky, Lenny Bruce and Sancho Panza?
6. Who starred as Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham on Downton Abbey?
7. With 28 medals, who is the most decorated Olympian of all time?
8. What ‘D.B.’ did William the Conqueror compile to find out about England?
9. In Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, who was instructed to do the fandango and went on to be the lead character in the stage musical We Will Rock You?
10. What belt does a boxer earn if he defends his British title three times?
3. Gymnastics (Pommel Horse)
4. Iron Maiden
5. No More Heroes
6. Maggie Smith
7. Michael Phelps
8. Domesday Book
10. Lonsdale Belt
1. Which Caribbean island is the smaller of the two that makes up a republic with Trinidad?
2. In horse racing, the letter “U” against a horse’s form means the horse did what?
3. Carbohydrates are composed of Carbon, Hydrogen, and which other element?
4. Debbie Harry was the lead singer for which popular 1980s band?
5. How do we know Pinocchio is lying?
6. The cocktail Daiquiri originated in which Caribbean country?
7. Caviar is which part of the sturgeon?
8. Which 35-year-old rugby league legend retired from the sport at the end of the season in 2016?
9. What ‘T.A’ is a reality TV show where the prize is a £250,000 investment from the Baron of Clapton?
10. What is the floral emblem of England?
2. Unseated Rider
5. His nose grows
7. Roe (Accept Eggs)
8. Kevin Sinfield
9. The Apprentice
1. Which organ of the body does the disease hepatitis affect?
2. What three ingredients does an English pancake have?
3. In Rocky and Rocky II, who was ‘The Italian Stallion’s main opponent, who died at the hands of Ivan Drago in Rocky IV?
4. What is the name given to a group of sheep?
5. In which game might a Gastly become a Haunter who in turn becomes a Gengar?
6. Who played Mr. Bean on TV?
7. What type of creature is a ‘Taipan’?
8. According to the film poster, what was “An adventure 65million years in the making”?
9. What is larger; Mars or the Jupiter moon Ganymede?
10. The eland, impala and kudu are what types of animal?
2. (Plain) Flour, Eggs and Milk
3. Apollo Creed
6. Rowan Atkinson
8. Jurassic Park
1. Which exterminator of vermin did poet Robert Browning create?
2. What type of test did Prince Harry take in London in 2016 in order to encourage others to do the same?
3. In Lonnie Donegan’s number one hit My Old Man’s A Dustman, where did his father live?
4. Who won the Best Actress Oscar in March 2001 for the film Erin Brockovich?
5. The invasion of which country caused a boycott of the Moscow Olympics in 1980?
6. Johnny Cash released an album in May 1968 entitled Johnny Cash At Folsom … what?
7. How is the Millennium Wheel on the Thames better known?
8. Which town is the administrative centre of Suffolk?
9. What name is given to a young female horse too young to be called a mare?
10. In Japan, there are three wise monkeys. Mizaru sees no evil, Kikazaru hears no evil and Iwazaru; what does he not do?
1. The Pied Piper of Hamelin
2. HIV Test
3. In a council flat
4. Julia Roberts
7. The London Eye
10. Speaks No Evil
1. Located in Wales, by area, what is the UK’s largest national park?
2. Which group released the album Dark Side of the Moon?
3. The Greek spirit Ouzo has a strong flavour of which herb?
4. In 1989, which song became Christmas number one for the second time?
5. According to myth, what did St Patrick drive out of Ireland?
6. In maths, what is the square root of 36?
7. Edwin Landseer created the lions guarding which London landmark?
8. Which Sunday newspaper’s headlines include “Donkey Robs Bank”, “World War II Bomber Found On The Moon” and “Aliens Turned Our Son Into A Fish Finger”?
9. What ‘P.I.G.H.’ shouldn’t throw stones?
10. Alex Greaves was the first woman to ride in which horse race?
2. Pink Floyd
3. Aniseed (Accept Anise)
4. Do They Know It’s Christmas (Band Aid)
5. All The Snakes
7. Nelson’s Column
8. Sunday Sport
9. People In Glass Houses
10. The Derby
Tiebreaker (First correct answer handed in or closest wins): In which year did Vitus Bering discover the Bering Strait?
Tiebreaker – 1728