The Big Lambeth Quiz Quest

Become the knower of useless facts you were born to be.


Location
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Date and time
00:00 - 00:30
Monday, 31st of May 2021


Get your run/bike/walk on and answer 30 questions about places around Lambeth. Become the knower of useless facts you were born to be.

What a lovely weekend activity!

Google Maps will help you on your way but the route is pretty much: Brixton > Streatham > Streatham Common > Crystal Palace > Gypsy Hill > West Norwood > Tulse Hill > Herne Hill > Loughborough Junction > Brixton > Larkhall Park > Kennington Park > Oval > Lambeth Palace > Southbank

It's about 25km in total but absolutely do it in chunks.

Email me your answers if you like - first person with all the right answers wins. 🏆

QUESTIONS (copy & paste onto a note on your phone?):

  1. Which fizzy drink logo is graffitied near the entrance to Brixton prison?
  2. Streatham High Street is the longest High Street in Europe - but above which shop is a huge 2D wall of cubes?
  3. Who sculpted the soldier in Streatham Memorial Gardens?
  4. What species is the impressive tree in The Rookery by Streatham Common?
  5. What’s the name of the cafe in Norwood Park?
  6. Whose tree used to stand at Lambeth’s border with Southwark, Bromley and Croydon?
  7. What’s the odd slogan on Gipsy Hill Beer’s Taproom?
  8. How much did Lambeth Council pay for Tivoli Park?
  9. What’s the similarity between the fence on the south side of West Norwood station and the gate entrance to the Portico Gallery?
  10. How many pillars mark the entrance to St Luke’s Church, West Norwood?
  11. How many massive lamps are attached to the Tulse Hill Hotel?
  12. How many arches does the Bullfinch Brewery take up?
  13. What colour is the freestanding clock in the middle of Brockwell Park?
  14. How many benches are there in the middle of Brockwell Park’s Walled Garden?
  15. What colour is the mini train bench thing outside Herne Hill station?
  16. Which animal is on the L of Milkwood Community Park?
  17. There are a bunch of bridges near Loughborough Junction, but which number bridge is this: https://goo.gl/maps/nT2ks6wzhjAMMa4k7
  18. How many circles are on the main entrance to Grove Adventure Playground?
  19. Which farm animal would you find in Wyck Gardens?
  20. Brixton Brewery takes up which number arches?
  21. How many faces can you see on The Ritzy building?
  22. Max Roach park is named after a musician who played which instrument?
  23. What colour are the fences in Papa’s park?
  24. Which animal does the clothing collection bank on Larkhall Park’s most southerly entrance closely resemble?
  25. In which year did Kennington Park first open to the public?
  26. Gate 8 of The Oval is also called what?
  27. Which museum is right next to Lambeth Palace?
  28. How many arches are there on Lambeth Bridge?
  29. There’s a massive flower on the side of St Thomas’ Hospital - what colour are the petals?
  30. How many capsules are there on the London Eye? (Bonus point if you know which number is missing…?😏)


Who's going

  • Mark Gilyead

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Location
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Date and time
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Monday, 31st of May 2021



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Mark Gilyead
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Mostly runs for the train. On purpose obvs.


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