Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

How Well Do You Know Your Area? with Quizmaster Don Robson; Teesside Quiz

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

How Well Do You Know Your Area? with Quizmaster Don Robson; Teesside Quiz

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Byline: WITH QUIZMASTER DON ROBSON

1. To celebrate National Pie Week, The Gazette held an online poll to discover the Top Teesside pie shop. Which Great Ayton butchers won with 44% of your vote? 2. It was a worldwide social media phenomena was is it blue and black or was it white and gold? You can now go and judge for yourself on Teesside, as a version of that dress is set to be raffled by Easter, in which Yarm charity shop? 3. Last weekend as part of the Psst (Positively Stockton-on-Tees) campaign thousands took part in probably the largest ever version of which children's game? It was started at North Shore Academy by Richard Kilty passing on to among other places Billingham Forum, Preston Park and Wynyard Hall.

4. Middlesbrough artist MacKenzie Thorpe has revealed one of his nine new pieces, that will be unveiled next month at Middlesbrough Railway Station. Up the Boro shows a Middlesbrough footballer playing in front of which local iconic landmark? 5. Which former Boro 1970s midfielder, now a Sky TV pundit, has kick started an appeal at James Cook University Hospital to raise PS500,000 for a new cardiac scanner in the unit he first opened in 1992, the year he had heart surgery himself? 6. Autism campaigner and Daisy Chain patron Anna Kennedy performed which dance with professional dance partner Robin Windsor and got a perfect score on the first People's Strictly for Comic Relief? 7. Coast and Country Housing have sent young apprentices to help with much-needed repairs at which museum? It was originally founded in 1983 from the collection of journalist Tom Leonard to preserve part of the heritage that had led to Cleveland's growth and prosperity.

8. As part of Middlesbrough Town Centres redevelopment an indoor food market is proposed for Bedford Street reminiscent of London's Borough Market. Which nearby street has seen 12 new independent retailers including two micro pubs, start up in an attempt to emulate the vibrant Williamsburg District of New York or Brick Lane in East London? …

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