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The contents of this free quiz pack are as follows;

Round 1 – Blue
Every answer in this round contains the word ‘Blue’

  1. In May 2005, which Kent shopping centre introduced a code of conduct to ban swearing, clothing that obscures the face (including hoods and baseball caps), and groups of more than five without the intention to shop?
  2. Petra, Barney, Meg and Shep were dogs that appeared on which long-running children’s TV show?
  3. Which registered animal charity was formed in London in 1897 as Our Dumb Friends League?
  4. By what name is Balaenoptera Musculus better known?
  5. “Burn my house, steal my car, drink my liquor” – but “don’t step on” what?
  6. Which poem by W.H. Auden was read at Gareth’s funeral in Four Weddings and a Funeral?
  7. Who had a UK number one with Breakfast at Tiffany’s in 1996
  8. Made into a movie in 1972, what was the name of Billie Holiday’s autobiography?
  9. Which holy Muslim site did Pope Benedict XVI visit in Istanbul in November 2006?
  10. Which coffee variety do we associate with the island of Jamaica?


  1. Bluewater
  2. Blue Peter
  3. Blue Cross
  4. Blue Whale
  5. “My Blue Suede Shoes”
  6. Funeral Blues
  7. Deep Blue Something
  8. Lady Sings The Blues
  9. Blue Mosque
  10. Blue Mountain Coffee


Round 2 – Cartoons

  1. Which cartoon character has a nephew called Scrappy?
  2. What was the name of Bambi’s skunk companion?
  3. Which 1986 animated film featured a Russian mouse separated from his family in their new homeland?
  4. How old is Bart Simpson?
  5. Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?
  6. In which cartoon series would we meet Pikachu, Team Rocket and Bulbasaur?
  7. In Wacky Races, who drove The Compact Pussycat?
  8. Which cartoon cat was loosely based on Sergeant Bilko?
  9. Which cartoon dog is Charles Schultz most famous for creating?
  10. In cartoons, which song does Huckleberry Hound sing?


  1. Scooby Doo
  2. Flower
  3. An American Tail
  4. 10
  5. Spongebob Squarepants
  6. Pokemon
  7. Penelope Pitstop
  8. Top Cat
  9. Snoopy
  10. Clementine


Round 3 – Sunday
In this round, part of each answer can go before or after the word “Sunday” to make a phrase or another word

  1. In which town was the novel Dracula partly set and was also home to James Cook for nine years?
  2. What structure, built between 1844 and 1848, houses the subtropical plant collection of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew?
  3. Which Belfast born player scored 134 goals for Manchester United between 1963 and 1973?
  4. Which winter sport includes downhill and slalom races?
  5. What, in Australia, is known as the R.F.D.S.?
  6. Which island in the Pacific is famous for its stone statues depicting the human head and trunk of local ancestors?
  7. What was the nickname of Mary I, due to the large number of religious persecutions that took place during her reign?
  8. Which institute, based in Vienna, is the oldest and last riding school in the World to maintain and practise the Renaissance traditions of the classic art of dressage?
  9. Which golf club is used to hit the ball the furthest?
  10. Which dark TV series written by Charlie Brooker examines modern society with a focus on new technologies?


  1. Whitby (Whit Sunday)
  2. Palm House (Palm Sunday)
  3. George Best (Sunday Best)
  4. Skiing (Ski Sunday)
  5. Royal Flying Doctor Service (Sunday Service)
  6. Easter Island (Easter Sunday)
  7. Bloody Mary (Bloody Sunday)
  8. Spanish Riding School (Sunday School)
  9. Driver (Sunday Driver)
  10. Black Mirror (Sunday Mirror)


Round 4 –
True or False

  1. Copyrightable is the longest word in the English language that can be written without repeating a letter?
  2. Vitriol is another name for sulphuric acid
  3. Elvis Presley had a karate black belt.
  4. The mother of Gemma Collins of The Only Way Is Essex is Joan Collins
  5. Julian Clary originally found fame as a comedy act named The Joan Collins Fan Club
  6. Lord Alan Sugar represented Great Britain as a cyclist at the Tokyo Olympics
  7. In Morse code, eight dots means “I made a mistake”
  8. Pythagoras determined the distance between a guitar’s frets
  9. Ernest Shackleton went to the South Pole on board a ship called The Discovery
  10. Madonna’s 1983 album was called Madonna


  1. False (It is uncopyrightable)
  2. True
  3. True
  4. True (But not THE Joan Collins)
  5. True
  6. False
  7. True
  8. True
  9. False (It was The Endurance)
  10. True


Final Round – Wipeout Round

10 questions – answer as many as you like – you’ll receive 1 point for each correct answer but remember – if you get any wrong in this round, you are wiped out and get 0 points. Teams who get full marks on this round receive 5 bonus points giving them 15/10.

  1. What name is given to a loop of rope that is thrown around a target and tightened when pulled?
  2. In which Spanish city would you witness the running of the bulls on 7th July each year?
  3. What is the longest and thickest nerve of the human body?
  4. Which guitarist formed his band Snakepit after leaving Guns ‘n’ Roses?
  5. The local name for which waterfall, on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia, translates as “Smoke That Thunders”?
  6. Who sang Bright Eyes in 1979?
  7. What does the ‘H’ stand for in the acronym W.H.O.?
  8. Which word follows OK to make the title of a 1997 Radiohead album?
  9. Which Scottish athlete won the silver medal in the 1990 Commonwealth Games Women’s 3000 metres final?
  10. Diana Rigg played Tracy di Vicenzo in which James Bond film?


  1. Lasso (Pronounced Lass-Oo – Accept also Lariat)
  2. Pamplona
  3. Sciatic Nerve
  4. Slash
  5. Victoria Falls
  6. Art Garfunkel
  7. Health (World Health Organisation)
  8. Computer
  9. Yvonne Murray
  10. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service




(Closest wins or first correct answer handed in): How many copies of Adele’s 25 were sold in 2015 in the UK?

Tiebreaker – 2,604,850