PRIZE CROSSWORD, CHRISTMAS QUIZ & WORDSEARCH

Affordable Granite Prize Crossword, Family Christmas Quiz and Wordsearch

Happy Christmas everyone! This blog should publish automatically on Boxing Day – no – I’m not at work!  We thought we would do something different this year with a Christmas quiz, a Wordsearch and a Prize Crossword. So grab a glass of port and get working!

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The Affordable Granite Christmas Quiz

This quiz is meant for all the family… answers at the bottom of this page

1 What is the name of the snowman in Frozen?  christmas-3020859_1280

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2 What country goes mad for KFC at Christmas?

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3 What’s the fun name for the sausages wrapped in bacon traditionally eaten with the Christmas dinner?

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4 This is the first British Christmas card. What year was it sent:  a) 1762    b) 1843    c) 1898    d) 1969 ?

5 What is the name of the 25 days leading up to Christmas?

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6 Father Christmas or Santa Claus is based on a real person, St Nicholas. He is famous for having punched someone on the nose. True or False?  boxing santa

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christmas-1372525554Nwb  8 When is the last “Day of Christmas”?

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9 Boxing Day gets its name from families having a fight over who can use the X-Box. True or false?

10 How many points does a snowflake have?  christmas-3020859_1280

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11 In Poland Christmas lunch is traditionally: a) Roast Beef b) Sausages c) Turkey d) Fish

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12 Which seaside town does the boy fly over in the Snowman?

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13 What might you find (but not swallow!) in a Christmas pudding?

17382-illustration-of-a-red-santa-hat-left14 Who has a red nose and helps deliver presents?

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15 Who gives a speech on Television every Christmas day?

16 What do you call the sparkly strands of silvery decoration on the Christmas tree? Christmas-Card-2015

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17 What country gives a Christmas Tree every year to stand in Trafalgar Square as a thank you present?

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19 In the song ‘The 12 Days of Christmas’ how many gold rings does the singer’s ‘truelove’ give him?

20 What was the name of the boy left Home Alone? home alone and scared of brett

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The Killer Affordable Granite Christmas Wordsearch

Our Christmas Wordsearch has 50 words to find, with both Christmas and granite worktop industry themes. Probably best to copy and print it off if you can…

AG Christmas Word Search Puzzle 2019

AFFORDABLE

ANGEL

ARCTIC

ARENASTONE

BERWYN

BEVEL

BRITTANICCA

CAESARSTONE

CALACATTA

CAMBRIA

CAROLS

CHAMFER

CHOIR

CHRISTMAS

COUNTERTOPS

CRACKER

CULLIFORD

CUSTOMER

DOWNSTAND

DUPONT

EMERALD

GRANITE

INSTALLATION

ISLAND

JENNY

JUPARANA

MAKALU

MIDNIGHT

MISTLETOE

NOVAESTONE

PAISLEY

PENINSULA

PLATINO

POLISHING

PRESENT

QUARTZ

RADIANZ

SERVICE

SHARKSNOSE

SHERRY

SOCKET

SPLASHBACK

STABLE

STATUARIO

STEEL

TINSEL

TURBINE

TURKEY

UPSTAND

WORKTOPS

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The Appalling Affordable Granite Prize Crossword

There is a £50 John Lewis Voucher for the first correct solution received to this crossword. Print it out, fill it in, scan/photo it back.

 

This is a light cryptic crossword, though with some clues a bit more direct. There is no Christmas theme but a definite granite and quartz worktop thing going on. You will find that many of the clues can only be solved by looking at our website. Use the search facility at top right of the page, beside the opening hours! Good luck!

 

Prize not available to employees or family members of employees of Affordable Granite.

Christmas crossword

Across 

7 An old dog makes great worktops in Horley! (8)

8 Sounds like it could catch 16 after tax (4)

10 Vowelless disapproval (6)

11 Mangled conduits give a great deal (8)

12 Cracks (with pits, typical of many natural stones) (8)

15 Cold cream in an Oxted kitchen? (6)

17 Looks like white marble in Guildford (6,5)

21 Very hot atmosphere for a beer! (6)

22 “To be, or not to be” repeatedly adjusts estimates. (8)

24 Always North American, could be British, but ours is a grey Korean (8)

27 This clue is (6)

29 Confused dare to decipher text (4)

30 This could be you, if you have come to buy (8)

Down 

1 A great book, and regular supplier with 23 (7)

2 Touch, like two joined slabs (4)

3 Rescue ship in backward colour is more gloomy (6)

4 First place from Madura, Angola or Kashmir (4)

5 Emperor granite that is definitely 3! (4)

6 Implement messy lint use? (7)

9 Red planet backs into recovery service for this eastern hostel – a spiritual stage in life (6)

13 Quite a discharge, though it could be friendly (5)

14 Thoroughly search with wire wool? (5)

16 This fish is an IT multinational! (5)

18 Close to a wild barney! (6)

19 Shades – they sound like Hugh’s (7)

20 Determine dimensions to muddle a resume! (7)

23 Engineered stones? I hear they’re good places for tennis (6)

25 Russian mountains in our Korean range (4)

26 Tile-based game describes our granite on the Surrey/Sussex border (4)

28 Outer edges (4)

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The Affordable Granite Christmas Quiz - Answers

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We are Affordable Granite, hoping that you and yours are having a really great festive season! We will be back to normal and ready to look after you and your kitchen worktops from 3rd January. Until then, enjoy the break, and we hope that this blog provides  a bit of amusement!  For samplesquotes and any questions connected with any aspect of worktop installation or kitchen design, please don’t hesitate to contact us on 01293 863992 or by email on sales@affordablegranite.co.uk/ .

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