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celadon

15th August 2009, 11:28
Last two, places near shipston on stour:-

11. Is this where William hunted? (10)

29. No one left, no one came. (9)
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john (from arran)

15th August 2009, 11:39
Two possibles for the second one:

ALL STRETTON or ALCASTON

I'm not particularly happy with either one, but can't see anything better.
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john (from arran)

15th August 2009, 12:46
HOLDGATE is also a possible for the second one.
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jimc

15th August 2009, 14:01
Hi John d'A.

Clue no.29 needs 9 letters.

I ran into the exact same problem with the first clue given by Celadon ... I thought that 'Middleton' might be the answer (after Prince William's girlfriend) but the first answer needs to be 10 letters.

BW.
JimC
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john (from arran)

15th August 2009, 14:49
Thanks. I hadn't noticed that. Back to the maps then.
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celadon

15th August 2009, 16:01
Have been going cross-eyed over these.
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bob greenbee

18th August 2009, 14:07
How near to Shipston on Stour?

William Shakespeare is alleged to have poached at
Charlecote (Park)
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celadon

18th August 2009, 18:26
30 mile radius Bob, so this would fit the Bill.

Regards

Celadon
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celadon

22nd August 2009, 16:12
Thought that I only needed two, but, have just found that I also need this one:-

Fox ran into den hampering hunters (8)
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harrhy

23rd August 2009, 00:25
Fox ran into den hampering hunters (8)

"The Fox and the Hound is a 1967 novel written by Daniel P. Mannix it follows the lives of Tod, a red fox ..."

And there's a place called Todenham.
Hope this helps
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