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Matt Baker and El­lie Har­ri­son vis­ited the Breck­lands for an episode of this BBC One pro­gramme (11)

In Nor­folk di­alect, a guzun­der is a cham­ber … (3)

The first episode of Anglia TV’s ver­sion of “Mr and …” was filmed at Helles­don (3)

The pro­tected Great Crested … can be found in wet­land habi­tats of cen­tral and south-east Nor­folk (5) Cro­chety per­son holds river? (4) Nor­wich has the largest set of … un­der­crofts in the UK (8)

In 2009, Hill­side An­i­mal Sanc­tu­ary helped C5 ex­pose the cru­elty of puppy … in Wales (5)

Cle­ment Scott, who first coined the name Pop­py­land for a sec­tion of North Nor­folk coast, was a the­atre critic for The … Tele­graph (5)

Sit­com that used Lyn­ford Hall as a film­ing lo­ca­tion (‘4, ‘4)

… of Bo­hemia vis­ited Nor­wich in 1383 with Richard II (4)

One of the best sites in the coun­try to see the rare … curlew is NWT Weet­ing Heath (5)

Univer­sity that came 7th in the 2016 Times Higher Ed­u­ca­tion Stu­dent Ex­pe­ri­ence Sur­vey (1.1.1.)

In “The Nor­folk Mys­tery” by … San­som, the vicar of Blak­eney is found hang­ing from his church’s bell­rope (3)

An oak tree at How Hill was pre­sented by this in­fa­mous dic­ta­tor at the 1936 Olympics (5, 6)

“The Town of No Re­turn” episode of “The Avengers” used Wighton, Holkham Gap and RAF Sculthorpe as film­ing lo­ca­tions and saw Diana Rigg de­but as this char­ac­ter (4, 4)

It is thought that the strong in­ner gatehouse of Ba­con­sthorpe Cas­tle was built dur­ing the … of the Roses (4)

Nor­folk … pud­ding is a sausage-meat, ba­con, onion, sage and sugar pud­ding topped with a suet pas­try, tra­di­tion­ally served on the first Mon­day af­ter Twelfth Night (6)

Sand­wich, com­mon, arc­tic and lit­tle – these… can be seen in in­ter­na­tion­ally im­por­tant num­bers at Scolt Head Is­land (5)

The King’s Lynn …, held each Fe­bru­ary, is the old­est fair in the coun­try (4)

The Nor­wich Great Hos­pi­tal, set up over 760 years ago as a home for … peo­ple, is the old­est such es­tab­lish­ment in Eng­land (3)


Ar­eas of land used for grow­ing crops or keep­ing an­i­mals (5) Hap­pen­ing ev­ery 24 hours (5) Sit­com set in a café in Ger­manoc­cu­pied France in WW2 (‘4, ‘4) Woman’s name (4) Hard sub­stance that rocks are made of (5) Univer­sity of East Anglia (1.1.1.) Man’s name (3) Führer of Nazi Ger­many from 1934 to 1945 (5, 6)

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