Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Test Your Knowledge: From a Chart-Topper to the Best Dinner Around

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Test Your Knowledge: From a Chart-Topper to the Best Dinner Around

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Byline: quizmaster With Don Robson

Q1. The construction of a new nuclear power station at Hinckley Point is good news for which Teesside engineering company based in Stillington? Q2. Remember Me Tea Rooms, in Finkle Street, Stockton, offers a recurring themed tea party to celebrate all things related to which fictional character who may be more used to school dinners than afternoon tea? Q3. Following the discovery of a secret tunnel network stretching from 250-year-old Gloucester House came revelations of another possible network of tunnels connecting the Parish Church, Trinity Church and which 150-year-old Stockton pub, previously a stonemason's home? Q4. As the large department stores disappear from our High Streets, ex-employees of which Teesside favourite hold a reunion tonight to remember the Middlesbrough, Stockton and Redcar stores that started with a South Bank grocery store in 1869 and whose Linthorpe Road flagship store closed 15 years ago? Q5. Fundraisers Alister and seven-year-old Neev Renton have ridden 60km through the French Alps on a 1966 tandem manufactured by which Teesside legend? Q6. Which famous Teesside resident was the recent subject of ITV's Celebrity Home Secrets, revealing the memories of time spent in Stockton, Wynyard and Yarm? Q7. If anyone was inspired by what they saw on ITV, the North East Home Expo 2016 will help you build, design or renovate your very own Teesside dream home if you head to the Legends Lounge at which venue this Friday and Saturday? Q8. Middlesbrough's multiple venue festival returns this Saturday, showcasing emerging acts from Teesside and the North-east. "Twisterella" is also the name of the song written by which fictional 19-year-old working class dreamer created by Keith Waterhouse? Q9. Dating back to the Domesday Book, which home of a rare, fully-operational Grade II listed building, recognized by English Heritage and voted by Gazette readers as the home of the best roast dinner on Teesside? …

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