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St Teath Picture Quiz 2

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1
This bridge is at

Treforda
Newhall Green
Whitewells Road
2
The pointer (lower left) on this sundial over the church porch door is

an hour hand
a gnomon
a shadow arm
3
This building is in

Treroosal Road
North Road
Fore Street
4
The building (centre) was originally a

Co-op shop
Blacksmith's shop
Butchers
5
This gable end feature can be seen on

The White Hart
The Community Hall
A house in Treroosal Road
6
This wrought iron gate decoration
can be found in

The Churchyard
The New Churchyard
Trevilley Lane Cemetery
7
This hill which can be seen from some parts of St Teath is

Michaelstow Beacon
Garrow
Alex Tor
8
This direction sign is in

Fore Street
North Road
Tower Terrace
9
Think St Teath Parish - this distinctive stile is at

Treburgett
Treligga
Westdowns
10
The legend on the road sign at the junction of Trehannick Road and Whitewells Road is

Stop
Slow
Give way
11
Here is a view from a railway bridge. It is at

Trewennan
Trekee
Treroosal
12
This weather vane is on

The Methodist Church
The Clock
The Parish Church
13
This building (arrowed) is

The Children's Centre
The Football Club
The school extension
14
This old railway bridge is at

Vicarage
Port Isaac Road
Trekee
15
Yellow lines like these are

in The Square
outside the Post Office
not in St Teath
16
How many iron kissing gates are there on the footpath between The Square and Treroosal Road?

1
2
3
17
Can you name this "old" boy at St Teath school?

Paul Burden
Barry Burton
Bill Honey
18
This mullioned window can be seen on the

Parish Church
The Community Centre
The Methodist Church
19
Which of these roads does NOT have a sign like this

The road from Knightsmill
Trehannick Road
North Road
20
This plaque on the wall of The White Hart pub commemorates the first cricket game in Cornwall. It was in

1681
1781
1881