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EDP Norfolk - - County Prize Crossword - 6 7 13 15 17 18 19 22 23 14 16 20 21 24 27 28 Across: 1 9 14 20 25 Down: 1 4 5 24 Place: Horn­ing 18 13 3 21 12 7 16

… Neil, man­ager of Nor­wich City FC, is the tenth Scots­man to take the reins at Car­row Road (4)

Cor, dish spun for plants seen at Holt Coun­try Park? (7)

Nor­wich has the largest in­tact me­dieval … pat­tern in Europe (6)

The sec­re­tariat of Her­itage Europe, for­merly The Euro­pean As­so­ci­a­tion of … Towns and Re­gions, is based in Nor­wich (8)

The fa­ther of John Wilkes Booth – who as­sas­si­nated Amer­i­can pres­i­dent … Lin­coln – was Ju­nius Bru­tus Booth, an ac­tor who played at Nor­wich The­atre Royal in 1818 (7)

The Nor­folk and Suf­folk … is Bri­tain’s largest pro­tected wet­land (6)

Get the at­ten­tion of a uni­ver­sity teacher at Ox­ford or Cam­bridge and find vil­lage? (6)

The … Scots­man was due to jour­ney from Ely to Nor­wich & back, but has been can­celled (6)

Episode 17 of “A ... of Bri­tain” saw Janet Street-Porter and Brian Turner ex­plor­ing the coun­try­side and culi­nary pos­si­bil­i­ties of Nor­folk (5)

Win­stan­ley …, North Nor­folk, are “so life­like you can al­most hear them purrh!” (4)

SIM­PLE SO­LU­TIONS

Ana­gram of “Nick lied” (8) Mea­sured in sec­onds, min­utes, days and years (4) Or­gan­ised groups of crim­i­nals (5) Slightly drunk (5) Not hap­pen­ing very of­ten (4) Re­lat­ing to the ab­sti­nence from al­co­hol (8) Tree with a smooth grey bark (3) Ven­omous snake (5) Long thin ob­ject at­tached to a foot in order to slide eas­ily over snow (3) Wal­lis …, wife the for­mer Ed­ward VIII (7) Nick …, for­mer Leader of the Lib­eral Democrats (5) Dream; Pup­pet; Mardler; Paine; Ten­nyson; Lake; Swein; Flies; Hope; Fak­en­ham; Pa­per; The Nest; Aragon; Limes Dumpty; Ear; Malaysia; Per­son; Pope; El­iz­a­beth; Jeyes; News­pa­per; Blue­bell; Chips; Cat­ton; Smith’s; Greg; Elm

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