Have you completed some of the walks in a book and want to receive a certificate of completion?

Please, fill out the form with the answers to the puzzle questions and press the 'Check My Answers' button at the bottom to see how many you have correct. The answers are not case sensitive.

The number of questions you have answered correctly will determine whether you receive a Gold, Silver or Bronze certificate. 

You will then be able to download and print your certificate.

 

YOUR NAME - as it will appear on the certificate

WALK 1 - TOWN AND RIVER
Observation Near here is a plaque commemorating a famous journey made by horse and carriage in 1805. How many times did the rider change horses on the trip?
Word Puzzle Answer

WALK 2 - LYME ROAD AND FAIRACRE
Observation The pub is 19th century; in which year was it built?
Word Puzzle Answer

WALK 3 - QUIET LANES AND COUNTRY VIEWS
Observation How many cherubs can you see on top of Oak House?
Observation Opposite the track there is a building with some unusual metal chimney pots. How many does the building have?
Word Puzzle Answer

WALK 4 - PUSHCHAIRS AND PLAYGROUNDS
Observation From the name of this road, what type of animal might you see on this hill?
Word Puzzle Answer

WALK 5 - WOODBURY LANE AND OLD PARK FARM
Observation In which year was the first chapel built on this site?
Word Puzzle Answer

WALK 6 - WOODLANDS, FIELDS AND FARMS
Observation You will walk under two electricity pylons – how many powerlines are there running between them?
Word Puzzle Answer

WALK 7 - TRINITY HILL TO AXMINSTER
Observation The Heritage Centre sits on the site of the original carpet factory. In what year was this grey building erected?
Word Puzzle Answer

WALK 8 - THERE AND BACK ALL ABILITY AMBLE
Observation This path is part of the national cycle network – what is the number of this particular cycle route?
Word Puzzle Answer

Final Word Puzzle What was the answer to the final puzzle at the back of the book?

 

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