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Day Therapy Unit Quiz – Week 25 Tuesday 29 September

Another week of restrictions and time to challenge the brain and to ‘win’ the virtual wallet if you can secure 20 out of 20…..it has been done and as the advert says “It could be you”.   Hearing the upgrading of measures to banish this virus and with semi lockdown  , it reminded me of times

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Ryan thought of brave Mum every step

Ryan Ayr from Linwood, conquered the 26-mile Virtual Kiltwalk challenge alongside four of his best friends and is on track to raise a fantastic £16,000 for the Hospice – smashing their original fundraising target of £500. The team has raised over £7,000 and counting from generous family and friends, but their overall total is set

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Day Therapy Unit Quiz – Week 24 Q&As

Questions In what year was the Battle of Trafalgar?   A. 1769   B. 1805   C. 1694 Who is the patron saint of Artists and Doctors?  A. Luke  B. Mark.  C. John Who wrote the play Privat Lives?  A. Noel Coward   B. Noel Gordon  C. Keats Which Group only had 1 No 1 hit in the 60’s

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Day Therapy Unit Quiz – Week 24 – Tuesday 22nd September

Hello Quizzers as we head in to Autumn and as the old saying goes “the nights are fair drawin in”.   This week moving away from media and taking you back to school days.  My grannie always used to say “they will be the best days of your life” and wonder whether you would agree as

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Day Therapy Unit Quiz – Week 23 Q&As

Questions Which product boasts: ‘it does exactly what it says on the tin’?   a. Heinz baked Beans  b. Dulux paint   c. Ronseal Who played the character of Jessie James in the 1939 western?   a. John Wayne  b. Tyrone Powers   c. Gary Cooper In taxation was does the V stand for in VAT?    a.  Vehicle     b.

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Day Therapy Unit Quiz – Week 24 Tuesday 15th September

Hi Quizzers another week of taxing the brain and looking back on yesteryear. My theme this week (if you have any suggestions for future ‘intro’s please let us know), Tv programmes from the late 50’s /60’s and 70’s where you could learn/brush up your skills on hobbies/do it yourself.  This was before the days of

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