|| ‘The curfew tolls the knell of parting day’ is the first line of which poem?
||Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
||Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was Member of Parliament for which London borough?
||A seismograph is an instrument which measures and records details of what?
||Who played Sir James bond in the 1967 comedy spy film ‘Casino Royale’?
||What is Madame Bovary’s first name in the 1856 novel by Gustave Flaubert?
||On a QWERTY keyboard, which two letters have raised marks to assist with touch typing?
||F and J
||The first cast iron bridge built in England crossed which river?
||Who is the Roman goddess of the dawn?
||What is the name of the first three Michelin Star restaurant in England?
||A Silver Jubilee is the anniversary of how many years of a significant event?
||What is the young of a giraffe called?
||The Blisworth Canal Tunnel is in which English county?
||What was the maiden name of Prince Charles’ second wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall?
||Atonement, Enduring Love and Solar are all novels by which Author?
||Which composer wrote the ‘Bridal Chorus’, popularly known as ‘Here Comes the Bride’?
||How many bottles of champagne in a Jeroboam?
||Salix Babylonica is the Latin name for which tree?
||In which country is Lake Onega?
||The mythical creature ‘Niseag’ is better known by what name?
||Loch Ness Monster (Nessie)
||Which planet has 687 Earth days to one year?