Can you solve anagrams to win a print of beautiful north Norfolk?

Sheringham based photographer and videographer, Chris Taylor. Picture: Supplied by Chris Taylor

Sheringham based photographer and videographer, Chris Taylor. Picture: Supplied by Chris Taylor - Credit: Archant

A north Norfolk photographer has put together a couple of anagram competitions to keep people amused during the coronavirus lockdown.

Chris Taylor, of Sheringham, has prepared two puzzle sheets - embedded in this story - based on north Norfolk place names.

Mr Taylor, who is offering a prize for the puzzles, which have already been published on social media, said: “They have been well received online since many people need a distraction at these times.

“All correct answers sent to my email address go into a draw next week to receive a free 18x12 inch landscape print of their choice from my online landscape gallery - one prize per anagram competition.”

Answers can be emailed to Mr Taylor at info@christaylorphoto.co.uk. The competition closes at midday on April 4.


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The two anagrams, as well as another one, can also be found using the following links:

-Quiz 1 - North Norfolk towns, villages & places: https://bit.ly/2ymZozz

-Quiz 2 - Famous North Norfolk, people places & attractions that put us on the map: https://bit.ly/2UMrlrI

-Quiz 3 - North Norfolk foods or places to eat: https://bit.ly/2QXqT95

A view of the beach huts at Wells beach. Picture: Chris Taylor

A view of the beach huts at Wells beach. Picture: Chris Taylor - Credit: Archant

The online gallery that the winners can choose their 18x12 inch print from is here: https://bit.ly/33ReB7v

*Mr Taylor has also launched an online fundraiser to support NHS workers, which can be found here: https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/thank-you-to-norfolk-nhs

A view of Cley Windmill and village in north Norfolk. Picture: Chris Taylor

A view of Cley Windmill and village in north Norfolk. Picture: Chris Taylor - Credit: Archant

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