At the Church Garden Fete, a treasure trail and two-part quiz were organised, and here's the answers:-
1. Laurel and Hardy.
2. Sherlock Holmes.
1. The rector in 1641 was John Novell.
2. The number of organ pipes that you can see is 19.
3. The Coat of Arms of King George 11 hangs above the entrance to the chancel.
4. The wooden font cover has 8 sides.
5. Geoffrey William Jarred was a Lieutenant in the Royal Berkshire Regiment.
6. There are 35 names of the "Fallen" on the war memorial in World war one and 9 in World war two.
7. There are 48 names of Rectors of Northwold on the list.
8. The Lectern is dedicated to William Cowper Johnson.
9. The Rector who is buried close to the Lych gate is Charles Manners Norman and his wife was Caroline Amelia Norman.
10. The five named figures in the east window are, St Mathew, St Mark, St Paul, St Luke and St John.
1. On November 14th 1948, Prince Charles was born.
2. The names of the Queens Grandchildren are, Peter and Zara Philips, Prince William and Prince Harry,Princess Beatrice and Princess Euginie.
3. King George died at Sandringham on February 6th, 1952.
4. When Princess Anne married Capt Mark Philips the attendants were, Prince Edward and Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones.
5. Princess Margaret's husband was a photographer.
6. The Queen usually spends her summer holidays at Balmoral.
7. Princess Ann represented Great Britain at the Olympic Games.
8. Princess Diana's wedding dress was designed by David and Elizabeth Emmanuel.
9. The role of Prince Andrew in the Falklands war was a helicopter pilot.
10. The Queen spent her honeymoon at Broadlands, Hampshire.