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Christmas Puzzle 2010 - Winnie-the-Pooh

Christmas PuzzleThis year's annual Charity Christmas Puzzle has now been posted, and is available to download.

This, the 20th annual Puzzle that Gordon Gray has set, has a theme designed to help completion and will appeal to people who enjoy doing Crossword puzzles, such as in the Daily Telegraph (though it is not a Crossword puzzle). Puzzlers have plenty of time to find the answers and Puzzles should be returned, with donation, by 23 January 2011.

Gordon posted Puzzles on 7 December, so those already on the distribution list should receive their copies by 9 December. Anyone else who would like a copy of the Puzzle can access it from the web at Alternatively puzzles can be collected from St Mary's Eaton Bray.

All the money you donate, except for the prize-money, will go to charity.

December 8, 2010 | Permalink | Comment

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December 8, 2010, Andy Cole says:

Has 9b got one too many spaces?

December 10, 2010, Ian Sutton says:

Gordon My wife Beverley Sutton has had great pleasure in completing your puzzles for many years. I have just received this years and realise that you do not know of our sad loss. After suffering for some months with stomach pain, in March Beverley was diagnosed with cancer. After fighting for several weeks, she then lost her battle in June. sorry to inform you this way. All the best with this years competition Ian

December 15, 2010, diana platts says:

My dictionary gives 2 spellings for 27b. Will either be accepted?

January 10, 2011, Gordon says:

Scores for entries received by 7th January have now been posted.


January 10, 2011, Gordon says:

Scores have now been posted for entries received by 10 January.

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