Jubilee Treasure Hunt Answers

Hambledon Jubilee 2-5 June Walking Treasure Hunt Answers

1. Lion.       

2. Absolute Security 

3. 250 Years old approximately.

4  Alfie Hammond kindly donated the bench 41 Years ago  to replace one given by Vera Alfrey .    

5. A bat. 

6. A H Van Gruizen ( who was Lord of the Manor )  for George V’s Silver Jubilee in 1935.

7. Waverley B.C. and Hambledon Parish Council in 2002.

8. DORA Cottage and eight steps .

9. Put up in Edward VII’S short reign between 1901and 1910.

10. REGAL Security   . 11. Apples – Russett and Bramley .

12. To keep rats and mice from entering the granary.

13. One of a pair of mill stones for grinding grain.

14. Arrives 14.31 pm so 46 minutes.

15. Bench says 1902 so  the Hall is 120 Years old this year.

16. Elstead Sharks Football Club.  

17. G= Green.

18. A Horseshoe above the door.  

19. Banham.

20. people.

Hambedon Jubilee 2-5 June 2022 Cycling Treasure Hunt answers .

1. 1786  Bramley , Dunsfold , Chiddingfold  and Hambledon parishes .

2. Grange Terrace  E F .   

3. Waterloo ie 1815.

4. Admers Cottage  Hercule Poirot    David Suchet.

5. Lion     

6. Absolute Security .

7. Peace Through Christ .      The tree is  approx 100 Years old.

8. Oliver Cottage.    

9. A Bat.

10. A H Van Gruizen  for George V’s Silver Jubilee in 1935.

11. Waverley B C and Hambledon Parish Council in 2002.

12. E M Read who died  at 101 years  old.

13. Eight Humans , Three “green Men “ and some animals .

14. The Old yew has been dendrochronically dated to approx. 800ad .

15  The Pound , its purpose was to keep stray animals until their owner had paid a fine for their release.

16. Edward VII reined between 1901 and 1910 so between 112 and 121 years old .

17. Elstead Sharks Football Club.

Thank you for taking part, we hope you enjoyed the Treasure hunt and learnt a little about the history of the Village .

The Winner will be contacted in W/C 6 June .

George Pitt

Sunday’s Jubilee Street Party

We remain in hope that the weather will be on our side, but please come weather prepared. In the event of inclement weather there will be some room in the Village Hall for those who need it. Most will need to just work with what happens.

Tables on Malthouse Lane are not allocated they are a free for all, just turn up with your food and drink, bring a chair if you have one and a pencil for the quiz. The Street Party will run between 12pm and 4pm.

Malthouse Lane will be closed between the Cricket Green turn off and Malthouse Lane between 10:30am and around 4pm,

Please do not bring gazebos or dogs.There will be access for people wanting to drop off people or provisions until 12pm, ask a marshall to move a road closed sign or move it yourself.

Have fun.

Jubilee Treasure Hunts

Over the Jubilee Bank Holidays and weekend you can take part in cycling and walking Treasure Hunts around the village. Clue sheets are available to pick up at the Village Shop. Entries cost £1 per entry with proceeds going to the Ukrainian Fund. Answers will be available on the Village Web Site from 5pm on Sunday 5 June and the winners will be announced at the end of the weekend’s festivities.

Calling all singers!

The Hambledon Village Shop Choir will once again be performing with the Junction 4 Big Band at Jazz On The Green on the evening of Friday 17th June. If you’d like to join the choir you’d be very welcome, enthusiasm is more important than ability….

Practices will be held at The Village Hall on Wednesday 1st June and Wednesday 8th June at 7:30pm and on Sunday 12th June at 2pm. Feel free to come along. If you’d like to receive music and lyrics for the songs the choir will be singing just email hamblefest@hambledonsurrey.co.uk.

Hambledon Jubilee Open Gardens

On Saturday June 4th between 2:30pm and 5:30pm, 12 talented and generous green fingered villagers will be participating in The Jubilee Open Gardens. Maps can be picked up from The Village Shop, or downloaded by clicking here. There is also an online map below. Do please visit these stunning gardens, enjoy their hard work and take away some inspiration for your own gardens. Look out for the Open Garden Posters outside the participating houses.