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Crossword & Sudoku This is your chance to win some stellar food hampers from the county WIN Cartwright & Butler’s Ripon Luxury Food Hamper is an indulgent and sophistica­ted prize. Presented in a traditiona­l wicker basket, it is packed with the finest preserves, delicious sweet treats and sumptuous savoury snacks. Available to buy at cartwright­andbutler.co.uk The letters in the pink squares will reveal a hidden word. Enter the hidden word, your name and address in to the form at the web address: to be in for a chance to win. The winner will be the first correct entry drawn after the closing date, October 20. One entry per reader. The editor’s decision is final. T&Cs: The prize is non-transferab­le and non-refundable. Unless you have chosen to receive other informatio­n from us, Archant Community Media Limited will solely use the data you provide for the purpose of running the competitio­n, including contacting winners and distributi­on for the prize. Full T&Cs can be found at yorkshirel­ife.co.uk rebrand.ly/yorkshirec­rossword Crossword winner: The winner of August’s crossword is Jane Booth of Redcar. ACROSS 23 Sam ______, Yorkshire-born celebrity chef and cookery author whose books include Cooking Up A Storm – The Teen Survival Cookbook (5) Village four miles north-west of Beverley town centre, and two miles west of Leconfield; Thomas Carling emigrated from here to Canada in 1818 where he used a Yorkshire brewing recipe to found Carling Brewery in 1840 (5) Answers to the September crossword house, ______ _______ Hall (6,5) Henry Stuart, Lord _____, second husband of Mary, Queen of Scots; he was born at Temple Newsham, Leeds in 1545 (7) Reputedly Britain’s richest living artist, he was brought up in Leeds, and burst on the scene as one of the Young British Artists group in the late 1980s; a shark preserved in formaldehy­de is a key early work (6,5) Wolds village eight miles west of Bridlingto­n, home to a pub known as The Falling Stone, a reference to a meteorite which fell nearby in 1795; birthplace of John Twenge, the last English saint canonised before the Reformatio­n (6) Rising near the villages of Nidd and Scotton, this 8.7-mile long river joins the Ure at Boroughbri­dge; it is also known as Jumwell Beck, Fleet Beck and Minskip Beck (4) Honour conferred for great achievemen­t; in poetry, the current holder is Marsden-born Simon Armitage (8) prince officially opened Firth College (later part of the city’s university) there in 1879 (7) Term for something put away or hidden; ______ Self Storage, company based in Barnsley (5) Species of South American penguin named after a Prussian naturalist and explorer; there is a colony of 13 of the flightless birds at Harewood House (8) William _______, the first actor to play The Doctor in BBC TV’s Dr Who; the show was one of many celebrated at last year’s Film & Comic Con in Sheffield (8) A series of spans to carry a road or railway; a magnificen­t example is at Conisbroug­h, where its 21 arches span the Don (7) A person who moves aimlessly from place to place; name of a chocolate and caramel wafer bar launched by Rowntree’s of York in 1980 (7) An 1885 comic opera by Gilbert and Sullivan; in 2016 the Savoyards theatre group staged it at St John’s, Sharow, near Ripon (6) See 13 Across See 18 Across 1 Former X Factor phenomenon _____ Slimani, a 2006 chart topper with It’s _____ Time; in 2010, he played Aladdin in panto at Hull New Theatre (5) German composer Kurt _____ (1900–1950) who collaborat­ed with lyricist Bertolt Brecht; Berlin To Broadway, a journey through his life and songs. played at York’s Theatre Royal in 2017 (5) An Italian spongecake and mascarpone cheese dessert whose name means ‘pick me up’; according to Trip Advisor, the finest in Yorkshire is to be found at Veeno, Wellington Place, Leeds (8) Its name comes from Biblical imagery for peaceful co-existence, the Lamb & _____, an award-winning hotel and restaurant in York (4) Term for a surface free of roughness or irregulari­ties; John Smith’s Extra _____, a bestsellin­g ale brewed in Tadcaster (6) East Riding village on the A61, between Driffield and Bridlingto­n; it is home to the Grade I listed Elizabetha­n manor 15 Across: 1 3 8 9 10 12 15 16 20 21 25 26 27 Down: 1 2 4 5 7 Jacobi Smash Sewerby Lowry Pope Bradford Fugue Swale Trousers Byrd Mitre W.H.Auden Snell Blades 24 18 & 20 Down 8 4 12 9 DOWN 23 19 2 Located on the western edge of Harrogate, ________ Carr is run by the Royal Horticultu­ral Society (6) Founded in 1933 by George Hollingber­ry in Hull, this electrical retail chain with a celestial name started life as a business charging batteries for customers on a weekly basis (5) Village just inland from Runswick Bay; it is home to the award-winning, 4-star _____ Country Inn (7) Named after Prince _____, Duke of Albany, youngest son of Queen Victoria, ______ Square is in the heart of Sheffield; the 14 Joseph Burr Meltdown Saw Hydro Lynda Pluto Otley Dunswell Stump Crown Adonis Hall Tan 3 10 15 6 7 21 11 14 17 18 19 22 24 13 11 5 16 22 13 & 17 Down 6 17 20 Place: JAW HILL 208 Yorkshire Life: October 2020 Š

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