Treasure hunt

Welcome to the Purweb Treasure hunt. You’ll need to use your browser, google maps (with streetview – drag the little yellow man to the road and look around) and some other sites listed below to wander around the great Isle of Purbeck, so buckle in and enjoy the ride! If you get stuck, drop us a line and we’ll give you some clues. purbeck@studlandholidays.org.uk

1.

  • My second is in sun but not in rains.
  • My third is in beach but not in ball        
  • My fourth is not a vowel and is in Studland and Swanage
  • My fifth is in bucket but not in tub        
  • My sixth is in hot but not in cold

Clue: welcome refreshment

Answer:           __ __ __ __ __ __

2. Go to What3words.com

  • Type in the location.   : [answer 1] .installs.results
  • Click the yellow X, then drag the map around.
  • What words associated with cooking can you find in and around this building?

From these words, answer these questions:

What pudding might you make with apples?                  __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __

Hands before, pans after.                                              __ __ __ __

What year is it?                                                             __ __

How many Purbeck Breezer bus routes are there?  __

https://www.morebus.co.uk/purbeck-breezer

What garnish might you have with a curry?                    __ __ __ __    __ __ __ __ __ __

Z

Bonus: which word appears in singular and plural form? 

3. Use the letters highlighted above as a postcode. __ __ __ __ __ __ Z

What can you find in miniature here?

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4. Take the train south east from this village.

Where might you have angered someone?

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5. Get off the train at the terminus.

Go to the seafront and face out to sea at the designated meeting spot.

What time is it, in Purbeck Mean Time?            

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6. Follow the Breezer 50 bus north. 

What colour will the bus avoid on its route?      

__________________________

7.Get off the bus at a crossroads with another colour on your left.

What may the post office contain?                   

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8. Where might you go during term time? 

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Head down this lane.

9. Name three things you can buy at Manor Farm.

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10. Continue on around the monument and down Watery Lane until you get to a table with an orange tablecloth on it.

What is on top?

__________________________

Bonus: What letters are written on this?

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11. What is the man doing next to the table?

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12. Continue around the corner to the sign for Joe’s cafe.

What four words describe the produce sold here?

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Craft activities: Thursday

Make a hope jar

Here’s an activity to help you recognise how God supports you and carries you through those times when you think there is nothing to hope for.

Romans 15. 12-13

And again, Isaiah says, ‘The Root of Jesse will spring up, one who will arise to rule over the nations; in him the Gentiles will hope.’ May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Hope can be seen in many ways. In the world people consider hope to be something that they want to happen or be true. As a Christian we don’t wish or hope for something to happen, a Christian knows that their hope is solid, concrete and based on the word of God. In Hebrews 11 it calls it faith in action the ‘confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.’ Like faith, hope cannot be moved by circumstance or what the eyes see in the world. Hope is down to your steadfast belief in the one true God.