The following are clues to Yorkshire place names (Cities, towns, villages, places, or rivers). Please note answers /clues may be phonetic form and not direct spellings.
When you have worked them out, the initial letters when read in order, will spell out a seasonal phrase.
Pop your answer on a post card with your name and contact details and drop off at either the Parish Office, the post box in St Gregory’s or email it to email@example.com.
All correct entries will be put into a draw and 3 lucky winners will be drawn out at random and win either a pair of headphones or earphones.
Closing date is 7th September
GOOD LUCK EVERYBODY
- Pour oil on the argument or shake on a deal (6)
- River from days long gone. Could derive from the Celtic river name ISURA (3)
- Church service at Midnight on Christmas Eve attended by bad actors (6)
- Show respect at a funeral alongside others (6)
- Rain protector without ‘burnt’ iron oxide pigment but add 1000 kilograms (8)
- _ _ _ VAN WINLKE who is not off (5)
- Parched or want after knowledge. But in the end T is replaced by K (6)
- Not feeling well or ailing metric measure (5)
- Children’s game ‘piggy’ has a ‘cured’ position (9)
- Pressure is getting better for the open rolling upland area (10)