The map shows the sites of the twelve clues, Most will relate to sites included in Clues 1 and Clues 2. but No.5 and 12 are completely new. You will find 5 asterisks which all relate to numbers in the order they occur and this will give you the combination to unlock the treasure chest. The first person to hand in the 12 answers will have the opportunity to open the treasure chest and take the £150. There will be a reward for those who complete the hunt.
The Final Clues
1. Which famous monk left this site 1400 years ago to spread Christianity in Europe?
2. Grave of Maude Clanmorris born * May 1858?
3. What is the word repeated on the fountain?
4. The plaque on Aslan’s seat identifies C.S. Lewis’ companion as?
5. The foundation stone for this church was laid on * June1831
6. What is the time shown on the clock on the mural opposite?
7. What is the number of the house displaying this sign?
8. Below this half hidden engraving there is a three figure number. What is it?
9. This memorial to Mrs Coates was set up in 18*3
10. The pastie supper lover was erected on * May 2000?
11. This chart was erected by Bangor Rotary Club which was chartered in 19*5
PROCEED ALONG THE COASTAL PATH, PAST JENNY WATTS CAVE UNTIL YOU COME TO A RELIGIOUS REFERENCE.
12. Which book in the bible does it refer to?
CONTINUE ALONG THE COASTAL PATH UNTIL YOU MEET CAPTAIN FUZZY BOOTS WHEN YOU WILL BE GIVEN YOUR FINAL INSTRUCTIONS.
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.