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The Great Angus Museums and Archives Quiz

Event – A week of online quiz activities via the ANGUSalive Museums and Galleries and Angus Archives Facebook pages.

11th – 15th May 2020, 3pm

www.facebook.com/ANGUSaliveMuseums/

www.facebook.com/AngusArchives/

Open to all

Free entry

Do you know which Angus town is famous for its smokies and which produces brilliant bridies? Can you tell Arbroath’s Abbey from Brechin’s Cathedral? Have you heard of Montrose’s hero dog or Kirriemuir’s famous rockstar? If so, then The Great Angus Museums and Archives Quiz is for you!

Join us online for five days of quizzing fun through our Facebook pages! Every day at 3pm we will be setting you a different quizzing challenge:

Monday – Picture Round: Where is this?

Tuesday-  Facebook Live: History Trivia

Wednesday – Look Online: Angus Parishes

Thursday –  Facebook Live: Amazing Angus Trivia

Friday – Picture Round: Objects and Artwork

Message us on the ANGUSalive Museums and Galleries or the Angus Archives Facebook pages with the answers and find out how good your local knowledge really is.

There will be a time bonus for the first person to send in all the answers correctly, so speed and accuracy are key!  The daily winner will be announced and will receive a small giveaway.  The person with the most points at the end of the week will get a special prize  – a copy of ‘Angus In Old Photographs’, various museum goodies, plus the prestige of being the first ever Great Angus Museums and Archives Quiz overall winner!

Caroline Taylor, Heritage Learning and Engagement Lead: “We wanted to create a connection with our collections and Angus in a fun and social way by creating a quiz that people of all age groups and abilities can take part in online.  As people are unable to visit our museums, galleries and archives in person during the lockdown measures imposed as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, we’re offering some light-hearted and free fun.

Challenge your friends and extended family to play too.  In these uncertain times, it is crucial to stay connected with one another and keep our spirits high.”

For more information on ANGUSalive’s social and digital offering please visit the ANGUSalive At Home webpage at https://www.angusalive.scot/at-home

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