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Q1. This Friday the great and good of the folk scene will gather to raise funds for former steelworkers at Middlesbrough Town Hall to pay tribute to which Teesside singer songwriter who celebrated our area in his music and sadly died in 2013? Q2. Which group, known as the Rat Pack of Opera, are currently listening to auditions from Stockton choirs to find the right one to accompany them on stage during their performance in April at the Billingham Forum? Q3. Have you heard Guisborough's Evelyn Halls and her band Clean Cut Kid's popular mash up of David Bowies Ashes to Ashes recorded in the Live Lounge on which national radio station recently? Q4. Gemma Magnusson, born on Teesside, appeared on BBC's The Voice at the weekend, but singing isn't Gemma's only talent as she revealed on the show. Which title did Gemma hold for four years? Q5. If you have a head for heights and a sense of adventure, where do you need to go this Saturday to be one of the first to try Air Trail the 18-metre high ropes course? Q6. If you prefer to do your climbing indoors you can now choose between 21 climbing walls, opened yesterday at which Teesside leisure venue? Q7. Fancy a sarsaparilla, bull's eye or a chocolate lime, what is the name of the traditional handmade sweet shop opened in Stockton's Enterprise Arcade? Q8. As they continue to build up a Head of Steam, how many pubs do Camerons Breweries plan to take over in the North as part of their PS30m expansion plans? Q9. A corner shop on the junction of Normanby High Street and Normanby Road has closed and been put up for sale. The convenience store had been owned by which firm since 1923? Q10. Who is Jordan Rhodes, Boro's new No.9's, uncle? Q11. A finalist in the Redcar and Cleveland Design Awards 2008 is up for sale. Built in the 1800s this former grooms' quarters and stable block in Loftus has a flap in one of its doors believed to have been used by which animals said to have once lived within the premises? Q12. As half term approaches here are a couple for the kids. What was the name of the injured seal who needed help when found stranded on Redcar beach last week? Q13. Did you see nine-year-old Kenzie Hughes on Something Special yesterday on CBeebies? Who was he showing his wheelchair football skills to at the Rainbow Centre, Coulby Newham? Q14. Families with children with autism will be able to attend Arc next Monday to see a "relaxed performance" specially catering for their specific needs of the Peanuts Movie, which stars who and his dog? Q15. Our own Steph McGovern started her new CBBC programme this Monday. A kind of Dragon's Den for under 14s, what is it called? Pitch Money Pocket 15.

Snoopy; and Brown Charlie 14.

Tumble; Mr 13.

Sid; 12.

Ducks; 11.

Coach); Ass (Agnew Steve 10.

Op; Co-9.

40; 8.Kitchen; Sweet Victorian 7.

Forum; Billingham GoClimb 6.

Barrage; Tees 5.

Women; Strongest British 4.

One; Radio BBC 3.

Unlimited; Tenors 2.

Miles; Graeme 1.



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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Feb 10, 2016
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