Test your local knowledge with our county quiz and enter to win afternoon tea for two at De Vere Wokefield Estate Adam Jacot de Boinod
In which month is the annual Garter Service held at Windsor Castle?
At which local football club did Theo Walcott spend his youth?
Where is home to the central Waitrose distribution centre and head office?
What old custom takes place every three years at Aldermaston?
In the Berkshire dialect
is a silly fool but what character is a ‘slackumtwist’?
In which stadium do the London Irish team play their rugby?
In which town are there parks called Northcroft, Goldwell and Victoria?
Who has Highclere Castle as his country seat?
The Loddon and the Blackwater tributaries skirt past which town?
Can you name a place in the county starting with the letter K?
Beside which town are the areas Henwick, Sandleford, Wash Common and Wash Water?
What is the name of the famous sauce made in Reading?
Which was the only non-Royalist town in the county during the civil war?
Which of TV’s Dragons is from Maidenhead?
Berkshire’s Newbury is close to which three other counties?
Which famous London building was restored with bricks made from Warfield?
By what are the names Bin, War, Wink, Brad, Burgh, Engle, Woke, Shin and Swallow all linked?
Which county borough claims to have the oldest charter?
In which town are there pubs called the Stag Pub, the Dog and Partridge and The Carpenters Arms?
Which wars caused the raising of the Berkshire Yeomanry?
In the Berkshire dialect for what is a ‘bitel’, a large wooden hammer, used?
What two events took place at Wash Common in 1643 and Speen in 1644?
Which A road joins Bracknell with Bagshot?
Which river flows through Sandhurst?
In which town is the Showcase Cinema de Lux?
Answer all 25 questions correctly and enter our competition to win afternoon tea for two at De Vere Wokefield Estate. De Vere Wokefield Estate, part of De Vere’s collection of historic mansion house estates and distinctive contemporary hotels, is offering one lucky winner the chance to win afternoon tea for two at 1560 Restaurant and Bar. Situated in 250 acres of stunning Berkshire countryside, De Vere Wokefield Estate is the perfect setting to enjoy afternoon tea. 1560 Restaurant & Bar is located in the Grade II-listed Mansion House with direct access to an outdoor terrace area overlooking the lawns and lakes of the estate. Guests can indulge in a selection of sandwiches with traditional fillings, warm scones with clotted cream and jam, and a variety of cakes and macaroons. You’ll be following in the footsteps of Queen Victoria, who famously took tea under the large cypress tree in the grounds of De Vere Wokefield Estate. To ensure a healthy and safe visit for guests and a safe working environment for its team members, De Vere has launched its Wellbeing at Heart programme.
Afternoon tea on the terrace at De Vere Wokefield Estate
Windsor Castle – but when is its annual Garter Service held? prize is non-transferable, non-refundable, nonexchangeable and there are no cash alternatives. Prize to be redeemed and booked by 31 March 2021. Prize is subject to availability. Reservation must be booked in advance by contacting devere@ daviestanner.com Travel expenses are not included. Any extras not mentioned in the prize, including extra food and drinks, will be charged. Prize to be claimed at De Vere Wokefield Estate only. For full terms and conditions, visit berksandbuckslife.co.uk