2014 Christmas Quiz Winner!


Alastair Young picking up the prize on behalf of his wife Linda.

Linda Young was this year’s lucky winner and received a& ‘Meal for Two and a Bottle of Wine’ at Bencottos restaurant in Felixstowe Suffolk. Well done Linda!

Special thanks to Tim and Julie Yeo of the Yeo Group for donating this fabulous prize!!

The answers to the quiz were:

Quiz Questions:

If you write the numbers 300-400 on a piece of paper.  How many times will you write the number 3?

  1. 100
  2. 120
  3. 133

What is the last Day of Christmas called?

  1. Advent
  2. Twelfth Night
  3. Boxing Day

Which Christmas item was invented by the London baker and wedding cake specialist Tom Smith in 1847?

  1. Christmas Pudding
  2. Christmas Crackers
  3. Christmas Cake

A scientist puts bacteria into a Petri Dish at exactly noon. Every minute the bacteria divides into 2. At 1pm the Petri dish is full. At what time is the Petri Dish half full?

  1. 12:30
  2. 12:36
  3. 12.59

A company makes 2 types of Christmas pudding. The small pudding weighs 820g and the large pudding is 20% larger. How heavy is the large pudding?

  1. 984g
  2. 1000g
  3. 1025g

Why do we shorten Christmas to Xmas?

  1. X is the first letter of the Greek word for Christ
  2. X looks like a snowflake
  3. X looks like a star

Well done to all that got them correct.