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EDP Norfolk - - County Prize Crossword - 1 5 9 10 11 13 15 16 18 19 22 23 25 26 8 12 14 15 17 20 21 24 16 22 23

“… for Nor­folk”, BBC Two doc­u­men­tary fol­low­ing gen­tle­man farmer Des­mond MacCarthy (6)

Nor­folk is the only UK county where ev­i­dence of four … species have been found (5)

Er, lad trips over tree found along the Wen­sum and Nar rivers? (5)

For­mer TV series where Stephen Fry starred as a Nor­folk solic­i­tor (7)

Lord Blake, who went to school at Nor­wich, wrote what has been de­scribed as “the finest mod­ern bi­og­ra­phy” of this for­mer prime min­is­ter (8)

Beach … can be hired at Wells (4)

Michael Thomp­son, a Pot­ter Heigham joiner, built the world’s fastest … bi­cy­cle (6)

Vil­lage (one spell­ing of) whose sign de­picts both a lamb and an ass (6)

BrewDog, Nor­wich, launched ear­lier this year as the first place in the UK to of­fer a … for ev­ery day of the year (4)

Be­tween 1950 and 2004, the area of … in Nor­folk has de­clined from over 4000 ha to just over 500 ha (8)

The earth­works of Warham Camp Hill­fort date back to this time (4, 3)

… Ben’s, brand of foods pro­duced at Mars Food’s King’s Lynn fac­tory (5)

“A Warn­ing … Cu­ri­ous”, adap­ta­tion of a M R James ghost story that used var­i­ous Nor­folk lo­ca­tions in film­ing (2, 3)

Ed­i­ble treats some­times called coshies or cushies in Nor­folk (6) elec­tric car, de­signed by Dale Vince from Great Yar­mouth, that smashed the UK elec­tric car land­speed record (7)

It is pre­dicted that about 750,000 tonnes of sil­ica … will be ex­tracted from Nor­folk each year (4)

No test row erupted over type of green al­gae that the Broads is one of the most im­por­tant sites in the UK for? (9)

Short Sally be­fore build­ing finds broad? (8)

In an episode of “How … Bri­tain”, Ger­maine Greer vis­ited Houghton Hall (2, 5)

“The best plan now seemed to be to try the Regis­ter Of­fice in Nor­wich and here they had more luck.” Line from “Death In Holy …” by P D James (6)

Old rhyme: “Blick­ling two Mon­archs and two Queens have … One King fetched thence, an­other brought a Queen.” (4)

Wick­mere may mean a … by a dairy farm (4)

The Old Cat­ton vil­lage sign shows a … sit­ting on a bar­rel (3)

SIM­PLE SO­LU­TION

Vic­to­rian prime min­is­ter (8) Small sim­ple shel­ters (4) Stiff and awk­ward in move­ment (6) Vil­lage (one spell­ing of) near Coltishall (6) Al­co­holic bev­er­age (4) Ar­eas of land where fruit trees are grown (8) Pe­riod fol­low­ing the Bronze Age (4, 3) Brother of one of your par­ents - or the hus­band of one of your aunts (5) Found in “tar­get other” (2, 3) Candies (6)

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