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Sunday, July 4, 2010

TREASURE QUEST Sunday 4th July

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So todays journey began at Little Massingham at St.Andrews Church. The clue led us to Fakenham where we lost time outside Aldiss stores. Should've noticed that they didn't open till 10.30. Eventuall we latched onto Sweets & Things where the clue was in a sweet jar. Outside the gathered crowd helped Becky to solve Clue 2 which found us in the Chapel at Litcham where Stephen didn't help Becky much but she did find clue three which sent us chasing to Dereham and another wrong call at the church with St.Withburga's well. Changing tack we went to the Memorial Hall (just about to undergo a facelift. The rolls of honour to the fallen are at the entrance where clue 4 was found sending us on a treasure quest to Brandon Parva. The Old Recory was Open Garden today and despite going the long way round and the traffic parked in the tiny lane, we managed to miss the treasure by minutes. Becky's frustration was obvious as you can see from out final photo!

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