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ACROSS 1 Hove­ton Hall’s Spi­der Gar­den was named af­ter the wrought iron Spi­der’s … Gate made in 1936 by Eric Steven­son of Wrox­ham (3) 3 Al­fred Lord … played golf at Cromer (8) 8 In Stan­ley Kubrick’s Full … Jacket, the Nor­folk Broads was used for film­ing ‘Viet­namese’ coun­try­side (5) 9 Sir Jeremy Isaacs, a pa­tron of the Nor­wich Play­house, pro­duced World at … (3) 10 Old rhyme: Gor­leston great one … will be, Yar­mouth buried in the sea (3) 11 Richard Bri­ers, who helped fundraise for the launch of the Nor­wich Pup­pet Theatre, co-starred in … De­creas­ing Cir­cles (4) 12 The Time and Tide Museum of Great Yar­mouth Life was … Museum of the Year Fi­nal­ist 2006 (8) 14 The words on the King’s Lynn sign – ‘In Prin­ci­pio Erat Ver­bum’ – can be trans­lated as ‘… be­gin­ning was the word’ (2, 3) 15 Ringo … once took leave from Rory Storm and the Hur­ri­canes to (briefly) join the back­ing band for Tony Sheri­dan from Nor­wich! (5) 20 The Nor­folk and Suf­folk Avi­a­tion Museum at Flix­ton has an …. Shelter from a gar­den in Nor­wich (8) 22 … Sewell, au­thor of Black Beauty, once lived in Old Cat­ton (4) 24 Bird that is cel­e­brated in Holt’s town trail (3) 25 Bowler …, item that has strong links to Wil­liam Coke and Holkham Hall game­keep­ers (3) 26 … Dahl in­tro­duced each episode of Tales of the Un­ex­pected from in front of a fire in ‘his’ draw­ing room at Anglia House, Nor­wich (5) 27 Thetford Museum that tells the story of a much-loved com­edy se­ries (3’1, 4) 28 Sir Christo­pher … co-starred in Glo­ri­ous 39, a film that used many Nor­folk set­tings (3)

Down 1 Lord Peter …, fic­tional de­tec­tive whose fam­ily seat is the fic­tional Duke’s Den­ver, Nor­folk (6) 2 Bird rides a line be­tween Cromer and Sher­ing­ham? (7) 3 The Winter’s …, Shake­spear­ian play thought to be in­spired by Pan­dosto by Robert Greene from Nor­wich (4) 4 Re­cent in­jury made by some­thing sharp for Nor­folk canal? (3, 3) 5 Town where you can find the Nel­son Museum, Sea Life Aquar­ium and Mer­rivale Model Vil­lage (8) 6 In Episode 3, Se­ries 3, of Bill … Goes Wild, Bill vis­its the Nor­folk Broads (5) 7 Rock­ing­ham and Gal­way, two tunes for … com­posed by Ed­ward Miller from Nor­wich (5) 13 Nor­wich is said to have more me­dieval … than there are Sun­days in a year (8) 16 Move quickly above large meet­ing room for vil­lage? (7) 17 Sir John Gre­sham, founder of Gre­sham’s School, Holt, be­came Lord … of Lon­don 1547-8 (5) 18 Vil­lage changed its name from Heigham to … Heigham due to the lo­cal man­u­fac­ture of ob­jects made from clay (6) 19 Gos­sip about a pond in Nor­folk? (6) 21 … Smith, celebrity chef be­hind the cater­ing at Car­row Road (5) 23 Au­gus­tine Stew­ard House in Tomb­land, Nor­wich, is said to be haunted by the Lady in … (4)

SIM­PLE CLUES Across 1 Net of thin threads made by a spi­der (3) 3 Al­fred Lord …, Vic­to­rian poet who wrote The Lady of Shalott (8) 8 Ma­te­rial such as gold, iron, cop­per or alu­minium (5) 9 Fight­ing, usu­ally ex­ten­sive, be­tween two or more coun­tries (3) 10 24 hours (3) 11 Al­ways (4) 12 Na­tive of Europe (8) 14 Ana­gram of ‘thine’ (2, 3) 15 Ringo …, mem­ber of The Bea­tles (5) 20 Sur­name; ana­gram of ‘nor Danes’ (8) 22 Woman’s name (4) 24 Bird of prey (3) 25 Item of cloth­ing worn on the head (3) 26 … Dahl, au­thor of The BFG (5) 27 BBC com­edy se­ries about the Home Guard in the Sec­ond World War (3’1, 4) 28 Side shel­tered from the wind; male or fe­male name (3)

Down 1 Lord Peter …, fic­tional de­tec­tive cre­ated by Dorothy L Say­ers (6) 2 Bird of the heron fam­ily that makes a loud boom­ing call (7) 3 Story about imag­i­nary peo­ple or events (4) 4 Al­ter­na­tive name for Had­dis­coe Cut (3, 3) 5 Great …, sea­side re­sort (8) 6 Ana­gram of Dodie (5) 7 Re­li­gious songs (5) 13 Build­ings where Chris­tians wor­ship (8) 16 Vil­lage near Wy­mond­ham (7) 17 Elected head of a city or town (5) 18 One who makes ob­jects out of clay (6) 19 Nor­folk di­alect for gos­sip or pond (6) 21 Woman’s name (5) 23 Colour (4)

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