We’re partial to a tipple here at Round & About so have compiled the following quiz to celebrate winter gins
Let’s get in the mood for Halloween this October with a quiz to find out how much you know about the holiday!
Well done, you know your stuff when it comes to Halloween!
Oh no, that’s a scary score! Better luck next time…
#1 Hallowe’en is an abbreviation of?
#2 What is traditionally bobbed for?
#3 The old English word “Hallow” means?
#4 Before pumkins, lanterns were made of?
#5 A group of witches is called?
Joe. Java. Fix. Whatever you call it, coffee is something nearly everyone drinks can’t get enough of. You might lap this drink up like mother’s milk, but there’s more to coffee than you may know.
Bibium loves coffee, as is evident from its high-quality coffee and coffee machines. They’ve created this quiz based on five weird things you probably had no clue about coffee
As the seasons change, August Bank Holiday, signals the ending of the summer sporting tournaments and the beginning of the winter team games. If you are in need of a challenge, test yourself with our quiz relating to sporting events that are happening this weekend.
Alternatively, if you have a sports team, club or skill you want to shout about, why not let your community know, through our sports report?
As a nation, we drink 165 million cups of tea, a day – many of this number are probably made in the Round & About office.
This week we celebrate Afternoon Tea Week. A celebration of one of the nation’s favourite traditions: tea drinking and cake scoffing. So why not go out and about and find yourself a little teahouse. It’s the best way to celebrate the summer, now the weather has cooled.
Afternoon tea is a sociable ocasion to be enjoyed with friends and family. So remember to smile and make polite conversation (between mouthfuls, of course) and savour this most quintessential of English afternoon traditions.
If you need any distraction, from all the etiquette, we are still taking answers for our guess the number of macarons competition.
Or have fun with the following quiz
It’s International Cat Day on Wednesday, 8th August. This date was created in 2002 by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, and at Round & About magazine, we’re all about celebrating our affectionate friends.
Research shows that watching funny cat videos online can boost a person’s energy and create positive emotions, and, according to experts owning a cat can also be good for your heart. Petting a cat is said to reduce stress levels too.
So, cats have more than earned their extra treats and cuddles this International Cat Day. Go on, show your appreciation to that moggy in your life, or buy that extra pack of cat food at the shops to donate to your local rescue centre as a little thanks to our four legged pals!
In our October edition, it is all about the other animals in our lives. So if you have a pet business and wish to advertise click here.
In the meantime, test your catty-knowledge with our quiz.
It’s the summer holidays, what better way to enjoy a staycation than popping out to the countryside. Did you know there was a code? Most of it is commonsense and respect for others and nature, test your knowledge with our mini quiz. Once you’ve done the quiz, have a go at winning tickets to this year’s Royal County Berkshire Show
Pictures can say more than a thousand words and these days emojis can speedily communicate what we want to say. However, because people’s understandings/interpretations of emojis are sometimes different, they can be easily misunderstood. Test your knowledge with our quiz to celebrate World Emoji Day on Tuesday, 17th July.
Henley Festival: The boutique, cultural summer festival begins today and ends on Sunday. It celebrates the best of international and UK music, art, food and comedy at a quintessentially British location. Here are some ‘tough’ questions about the headlining acts. For more information about this event visit Henley Festival.
England has reached the final quarter final. Calm your footie nerves with a little FIFA World Cup general knowledge?