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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

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