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Road run and display for classic vehicles and motorbikes in support of the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance and the Dorset area of the Alzheimer's Society

Winners of the various prizes that were on offer on the day were as follows:-

1) Road Run Competition - Chris Ingram (Iwerne Minster)
2) First Person to Book - Shirley Fry (Wincanton)
3) Furthest Travelled (as registered) - Paul Zajacka (Chichester)
4) Oldest Vehicle - Chris Ingram,1920 Sunbeam (Iwerne Minster)
5) Vehicle voted Best in Show by You - John & Gill Young, Morris Cowley (Hazelbury Bryan)

The winner of the 'Wheelie Changing' game in 1 minute 39.97 seconds, was Nick White (Hazelbury Bryan), who won a 'Driving Experience'.
The bottle of wine for the winning gate entry ticket went to an un-named person who collected their prize on the afternoon.

Our answers to the 'Road Run' quiz were:-

1) To which saint is the parish church in Marnhull dedicated?
St Gregory
2) What is the date on the village hall in Child Okeford?
3) What mythical animal can be seen in Tarrant Keynston?
4) For what distance do the 'Hidden Dips' extend?
2 Miles
5) Where does the road opposite the turning for Badbury Rings go?
6) If you multiply the number of windows at the front of Pamphill Farmhouse by the number of chimney pots then add the number of chimney pots,
what do you get?
(6 x 3 + 3) = 21
7) What is the maximum penalty for not closing and properly securing the gates?
Forty shillings
8) Who are the playing fields by Castle Court School named after?
Michael Wheeler
9) What is the name of the nursey at the end of Waterloo Road?
Naked Cross
10) Which business in Milborne St Andrew uses a milk churn to advertise their business?
Dorset Dog Groomer
11) What is the inscription above the door on the old chapel in Milton Abbas?
AD 1896
12) What is the connection to John Meade Faulkner in Ansty?
Moonfleet (camp site)
13) What is the connection between English Civil War supporters of Charles 1st, the farm / milk industry and a modern day business in Hazelbury Bryan?
Cavalier Cottage and The Old Dairy and 4D Signs all share one sign
14) There were two pubs with the same name on todays route. What were they called and where were they?
The Green Man at King's Stag and at Wimborne, or, The Bakers Arms at Child Okeford and at Lytchett Minster
15) What were this years two oddities at the side of the road?
Top hat and Pink Flamingo

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