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This year's Cryptic Place Names Competition relates to Cities and Large Towns in England and Wales. To win £20 all you have to do is to write your answers on a piece of paper with your name and address and hand it in at the Village Hall on the day of the Show, 19th August before 3.00 p.m.

Two people managed to get all the answers correct and the winner of the draw was Mrs Brenda Smith.

1) A large bird in front of water;          SWANSEA

2) Large harbours and part of the human body;  PORTSMOUTH

3) Which? - a Focus, Mondeo or Fiesta?  WATFORD

4) Sounds like something for walking dogs;  LEEDS

5) Seaside bay plus part of the way in;  COVENTRY

6) False hair before half of a Queen;   WIGAN

7) Modern harbour;        NEWPORT

8) Moving air in front of part of a minor ailment;  WINDSOR

9) Sounds like a cook before an enclosure of land;  SHEFFIELD

10) Sounds like a fuel, then part of the body followed by the Queen's initials;  COLCHESTER

11) Stale type of meat?   OLDHAM

12) A dark small area of water;  BLACKPOOL

13) A horse race or sporting match between local teams;   DERBY

14) Naval ships before a small forest;   FLEETWOOD

15) Mr Andre before an old name for a town; PETERBOROUGH

16) Mr Bradman plus a type of sugar;  DONCASTER

17) A motor vehicle before half a famous sugar firm;  CARLISLE

18) Modern fortification;   NEWCASTLE

19) A famous fictional village follows one letter;  CAMBRIDGE

20)  Looks like studying text           READING