This is a little quiz that I've done as something little to do with your family - or yourself. It's pretty simple - it involves walking a circular route and answering questions about things on the route. We are obviously in Lockdown, so if you are doing the quiz, please follow the rules. To avoid people being in the same place at the same time, I think it's something which can be done at any time over the next few weeks and you don't have to do the full route all at once. It's just meant as an entertaining diversion really!
If you finish it, find the correct code and get to the final page, you'll be entered into a prize draw for some Easter Eggs!
Here is the map which the route follows.
You'll need a mobile to do this quiz and a pen and piece of paper. Start anywhere on the route and find the answer to the questions below. When you know the answer, click on the question to enter the answer. You'll then see a letter or a number. Make a note of this for that question. When you know all the answers, enter them in order into the final password (at the bottom of the page) and you'll be entered into a draw to win lots of Easter eggs!!
Next cross the road and walk a little down Rhodes Avenue
What kind of Cohesion Zone am I?
Next - go into Albert Rec. You'll pass a man on your left.
We need to break down barriers of division and create a country where there will be neither whites nor blacks...
What is our "......"
Now carry on the path and look to the left as you pass Rhodes.
Contine on the path and walk past the Pavillion and past the tennis courts.
What body part might you find on the tennis court?
Next walk past the playground. Look over and see if you can see any snakes.
Now turn left at the playground and head out of the park exit, cross the road and head up Winton Avenue
Walk up the left hand side of Winton Avenue - up to where you should be travelling at 20 mph.
Before you get to me - look down.
Now head up the hill, past the entrance to the allotments and to the entrance of Bluebell Woods.
Now walk around the woods and when you get to the bottom of the woods, look out for a two-legged tree!
What is behind me? (7 letters)
Head back out of the woods and down Winton Avenue, cross over to the park and walk down the park with the Sunshine Garden Centre on your left. Cross over to Albert Road. Walk past some industrial buildings and head to Outram Road.
Walk up until you get Outram Road and look at the first tree on your right, where you'll find a small world.
What is leading into the tree?
Head up Outram Road.
This is a neighbourhood area. How many meerkats are on the watch?
Cross Victoria Road and then head up Alexandra Avenue.
If you were driving, when would you be able to park your car from?
When you get to the end, cross over Alexandra Park Road and enter the park.
How many tonnes of litter does the park collect each year?
As you enter the park, you'll need to get your bearings.
If you were to go out of gate 2, where would you be heading towards?
Walk up the hill and you'll pass an old lampost.
Continue along the path. When you get to the crossroads, look low and find a word - either found in Norfolk. It's also the opposite of thin.
Turn left at the crossroads and follow the path around for a few minutes - it'll curve around. Take the first right and head up the hill towards to the rose garden and stop at the entrance.
In the rose garden, there's a small pond.
Which animal is central to it?
Head out of the rose garden and head towards to the tallest thing you can see.
Now pass the East Court and look to the walls.
Who came here to skate when they were younger?
Look out for the boating lake and head in that direction.
Head past the playground and out to the exit. Find your bearings
as you come out.
Turn right and head down the hill (The Avenue).
As you cross Vallance Road, what colour is the first gate on your right?
Go down the hill and when you get to the bottom, near the shops, look around for the beginning of the alphabet.
What is the number to the left?
When you reach Durnsford Road, take a right and head towards the library. Have a look out for a bearded man.
What is the centre doing for cultures?
When you get to the library, look out for two men.
HAVE YOU COLLECTED ALL THE LETTERS AND NUMBERS (THERE ARE 27 - ONE FOR EACH QUESTION!) ?
ONCE YOU HAVE DONE, THEN YOU SHOULD HAVE ALL THE DIGITS FOR THE PASSCODE. ENTER THEM IN ORDER OF THE QUESTIONS, SO THE FIRST DIGIT IS THE ANSWER FOR QUESTION 1 AND SO ON.