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One of the regular Christmas pastimes is playing games and doing puzzles with the family, whether it’s Wii Sports, one of many board games or taking a table over with a jigsaw. There are also the usual collection of bumper festive crosswords.
But we thought this year you might like a different challenge – and so our logo quiz was born. With a range of logos and distinctive characters from a wide variety of areas, there was certainly a challenge to be had.
We didn’t necessarily expect anyone to get them all, giving everybody the chance to score as many as they could. And just in case there was a draw, we included the obligatory tie-break, based on this weekend’s lottery numbers.
Judging by the sheets we had back, there was obviously a lot of time and effort put in by many people. Hopefully it didn’t take up too much of your Christmas holiday! And if there were some logos you recognised but just couldn’t think what they were, you weren’t the only one! To put you out of your misery, the full list of answers is available below.
In the end we had a considerable number of entries returned and amazingly, not only did we get a full house – we had two! So congratulations go to both Stephen Hayes and Ian Sneddon for their dedication. However there could only be one winner – Stephen had guessed a 132 total for the six main lottery balls, Ian slightly higher with 150. Although the two end numbers 1 and 49 came out there were no other small numbers, giving a final total of 173 and meaning Ian from Lower Broadheath, Worcester is the winner.
Many thanks to all those who contributed – it raised a fantastic total of £242! We hope you all enjoyed it, whether you treated it as a bit of fun or a serious challenge. And further thanks go to our winner Ian, as he has very generously asked for the prize to go back into funds.
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