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In pictures: Treasure Quest 31/01/10

BBC Radio Norfolk's Becky Betts in North Pickenham, Norfolk

BBC Radio Norfolk's Becky Betts was on the Treasure Quest trail again on Sunday, 31 January 2010, starting her search this week in North Pickenham, near Swaffham.

BBC Radio Norfolk's Becky Betts in Beachamwell Church, Norfolk

Clue one: "Put the squadron on the shingle, but make sure you do it right. He may care he's been scratched, and he stands guard over the clue."

Sketch of devil in Beachamwell Church, Norfolk

Becky found clue two by an ancient stone engraving of the Beachamwell Devil at St Mary's Church in the village. Other engravings at the church include a lady in a wimple.

BBC Radio Norfolk's Becky Betts (centre) in Runcton Holme, Norfolk

The second riddle led the welly-clad Becky to meet some locals by the old bus shelter at Runcton Holme, near King's Lynn. After discovering clue three she was back on the road.

BBC Radio Norfolk's Becky Betts playing football with West Lynn Ladies' FC, Norfolk

Clue three: "Pets and villagers name the band, and send you on your way. Turn them backward and they haven't scored, you'll be put on the spot for the clue."

BBC Radio Norfolk's Becky Betts playing football with West Lynn Ladies' FC, Norfolk

Eventually Becky slotted the ball home and enjoyed some banter with the West Lynn Ladies' football players, who had the fourth clue attached to the goalpost.

BBC Radio Norfolk's Becky Betts in Walpole, Norfolk

Clue four: "A vote about the barrier, angers the implements to enter. The greenery knows its place, and the treasure's where they go round." The treasure was located somewhere in Walpole Cross Keys.

BBC Radio Norfolk's Becky Betts in Walpole, Norfolk

After searching behind the railway wheels in the station garden, Becky grabbed the treasure and secured another win for Treasure Quest. Well done Team Norfolk!




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