CHRISTMAS OFFER Subscribe to Cotswold Life today CLICK HERE

Cotswold Life Christmas Quiz Answers

PUBLISHED: 11:19 24 January 2012 | UPDATED: 20:57 20 February 2013

Cotswold Life Christmas Quiz Answers

Cotswold Life Christmas Quiz Answers

In our December issue we ran our first Cotswold Life Christmas Quiz and the lucky winner was Cheryl Boyce from Birdlip. Here's your chance to mark your own answers!

Cotswold Life Christmas Quiz Answers



In our December issue we ran our first Cotswold Life Christmas Quiz and the lucky winner was Cheryl Boyce from Birdlip. Heres your chance to mark your own answers!



1) In which year was the beauty of The Cotswolds recognised by the area being designated an area of outstanding natural beauty? Correct Answer: 1966



2) Bibury and Arlington are separated by which river? Correct Answer: The River Coln



3) Which Gloucestershire village green is said to be the longest in England? Correct Answer: Frampton



4) Which Cotswold town was the first to be granted a charter in 1087, thus giving it the status of a market town? Correct Answer: Burford



5) To the nearest hundred, how many square miles does the Cotswold AONB region cover? Correct Answer: 800



6) How many lakes are there in the Cotswold Water Park? Correct Answer: For this question we accepted answers from 147-150



7) The Olympic Games held in London in 2012 will mark 400 years from the moment that the first stirrings of Britain's Olympic beginnings when the first Cotswold Olimpicks was held in 1612. Where in the Cotswolds are the games held? Correct Answer: Chipping Campden



8) The Cotswolds is full of surprises for film and TV fans with the areas rural scenes being used in a number of big productions. Which 2007 blockbuster was filmed in Bibury? Correct Answer: Stardust




9) Alex James, bass player with Blur, has become an advocate for good food in the Cotswolds by creating which produce? Correct Answer: Cheese



10) David Walliams recently completed a 140 mile swim of the River Thames raising over 1,000,000 for charity. Near which Cotswold Town did his swim begin? Correct Answer: Lechlade




11) Which airborne event is held in Fairford every year? Correct Answer: Royal International Air Tattoo



12) The Air Balloon Pub in Birdlip is located at the top of which hill? Correct Answer: Crickley Hill



13) Which King of England was imprisoned and murdered in Berkley Castle in the 14th Century? Correct Answer: Edward II



14) Which Cotswolds town was closed in order to film Steven Spielberg's soon to be released film, War Horse? Correct Answer: Castle Combe



15) The Rococo Garden in Painswick is famous for having one of the largest plantings of which flower? Correct Answer: Snowdrop



16) Dr Edward Jenner, was born, lived, worked and died in the Cotswolds Berkeley Vale, saved countless lives by pioneering a vaccination against which disease? Correct Answer: Smallpox



17) Which of Henry VIIIs wives will have died 500 years ago in 2012 her tomb can be found at Sudeley Castle?



Correct Answer: This question unfortunately was phrased incorrectly and was counted null and void, making the quiz essentially 19 questions.



18) The Cotswolds houses a number of beautiful and quirky privately owned gardens, which is the creation of three generations of women gardeners? Correct Answer: Kiftsgate Court Gardens



19) At which attraction in the Cotswolds was this picture taken? Correct Answer: Stanway Fountain



20) At which annual autumn show was this picture taken? Correct Answer: Moreton in Marsh Show



0 comments

More from Out & about

13:15

Tracy Spiers takes an impressive, if hypothetical, budget on a shopping spree in Cheltenham’s independent stores

Read more

Get out and enjoy seasonal celebrations with a Cotswold twist

Read more
Tuesday, December 4, 2018

If you’re looking for things to do in the Cotswolds this month, we have gathered plenty of events for you to pop in your diary

Read more
Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Hundreds of participating National Lottery-funded visitor attractions across the UK are saying ‘thanks’ to people who have raised money for good causes by buying a lottery ticket, including a number of venues in the Cotswolds

Read more
Monday, December 3, 2018

“We’re looking forward to lots of festive fun this Christmas festival and hope to welcome lots of people to our town.”

Read more
Monday, November 26, 2018

“Faringdon upholds old-fashioned values through its traditional shops, personal service and shop owners who go the extra mile to make their customers feel at home.”

Read more
Friday, November 23, 2018

Home to some of the country’s most breathtaking architecture and picturesque gardens, the Cotswolds boasts plenty of beautiful stately homes you need to visit. We pick eight special locations that are made even more magical during Christmas time

Read more
Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Taking the classroom outdoors is fun, inspires fresh ideas, broadens horizons – and encourages a new generation to enjoy and care for the Cotswolds

Read more
Monday, November 19, 2018

Chipping Campden – once the meeting place for a council of Saxon kings – now offers the warmest of welcomes to all its visitors, from the humble shopper to the seasonal shin-kicker

Read more
Thursday, November 15, 2018

As well as three days of action-packed racing and tradition, there’s plenty to do away from the course at this year’s November Meeting. Neil Phillips, The Wine Tipster, shares his 14 suggestions on how to make the most of your time at Cheltenham Racecourse

Read more
Tuesday, November 13, 2018

The Warwickshire town of Alcester is considered one of the best understood Roman settlements in the country. Tracy Spiers digs below the surface to discover its hidden jewels

Read more

Thanks to the impact of ground-breaking comedy This Country, the quiet market town of Northleach has become one of the Cotswolds’ hottest film locations. Katie Jarvis is sent to investigate

Read more
Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Stephen Roberts walks in the footsteps of the Oxford scholar who enjoyed attending parties dressed as a polar bear, and once chased a neighbour while dressed as an axe-wielding Anglo-Saxon

Read more
Tuesday, November 6, 2018

I send this postcard from Cirencester, complete with the discoveries and viewpoints from four members of my family – both the young and not so young

Read more

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to the following newsletters:

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy

Topics of Interest

Food and Drink Directory A+ Education

Subscribe or buy a mag today

subscription ad

Local Business Directory

Property Search