New Inn quiz

Tonight was the night we had to run the quiz at the pub, not our usual local, the Dolphin, but another pub we visit regularly, the New Inn in the little village of Kewstoke. I shared one of the rounds a couple of weeks ago, here”s another. Twenty questions, but each five is linked in some way, so an extra point for the link, plus another extra point for the connection between all the answers:

What’s the link? Each five answers are linked in some way

  1. Which English seaside town is famous for its tower?
  2. What is the name for someone whose occupation involves making things from metal, usually iron?
  3. What fruit is used in bramble jelly?
  4. What is the old word for a chalk board?
  5. What card game is also known as twenty-one, and is also a small liquorice chewy sweet?
  6. What is the president of the USA’s residence called?
  7. What article of attire describes a person who works in an office or administration?
  8. What used to be used for painting walls and now is used to describe a cover-up?
  9. Which character in a fairy tale ate a poisoned apple?
  10. What did Bing Crosby dream of?
  11. Which so-called super-fruit is supposedly able to help maintain healthy bones, reduce blood pressure, manage diabetes, and ward off heart disease?
  12. Who was a character in the Goons, and would say such things as “”You rotten swine! You’ve deaded me!”
  13. Which folk tale character had many wives who he murdered?
  14. what are United Nations peace keepers often called?
  15. What celestial body saw someone standing alone, without a dream in their heart, without a love of their own
  16. Who looks after the course at golf clubs?
  17. What is another word for a glass house?
  18. Where do actors wait, or relax after a performance
  19. Where did eloping couples run away to in order to get legally married?
  20. In which TV series did Windy Miller, Dr Mopp, Police Constable McGarry and Mrs Honeyman appear?
  21. What is the link between these answers?

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