Find clues 13 – 24 below. There may be minor amendments to facilitate the search but the answers can be obtained from the clues. An answer sheet for all 24 questions will be published on this site in mid May and this should be completed prior to the final Treasure Hunt on the 23rd May.
Clue 13: When was this club set up?
Clue 14: Who was the famous teaman who was a member of this club?
Clue 15: This gate is securely locked to keep the public off the rocks. How many locks are there?
Clue 16: Which mosaic depicts Columbanus and his followers rowing? (Down the Rhine?)
Clue 17: What was the date of the invasion?
Clue 18: What is this address?
Clue 19: On which building on Quay St/Crosby St can we see this half-hidden inscription?
Clue 20: To which sailing club did Mrs Coates belong?
Clue 21: What does the Pastie Supper Lover have on his back?
Clue 22: Which organisation meets here?
Clue 23: Who were not permitted to use this facility?
Clue 24: Fourteen hundred years ago Columbanus sailed from Bangor to set up monasteries throughout Western Europe. If he had taken the shortest route to Scotland where would he have landed?
Former shipmates and now sworn enemies, Peg-leg Antoine once had his booty plundered by Jenny Watts, right out from under his poop deck. The treasure was later smuggled to the coasts of Bangor in Northern Ireland and hasn’t been seen since. Peg-Leg Antoine died soon after suffering from food poisoning from under-cooked rat.