QUIZZERS in Kenilworth are being urged to get out and about with their thinking caps on.
The Rotary Club of Kenilworth has devised a new entertaining socially – distanced Treasure Hunt.
The challenge is to identify answers to clues at 26 Kenilworth locations. All the clues are just over a mile – as the crow flies – from the Iron Bridge in the middle of Abbey Fields. There is no set route to follow and several trips will need to be taken to complete all the answers.
A spokesman said: “Many of the clues will be easily spotted when out and about – just look out for things which you will probably have seen before but may have never really noticed. The clues may also take you to parts of Kenilworth which are less well known than others and will also hopefully re-introduce you to some of the town’s businesses and local sites of historic and other interest.”
Participation is free and there are no prizes. Answers being posted on the Rotary Club of Kenilworth’s facebook page on September 1.
The clue sheet is available on the Rotary Club of Kenilworth’s facebook page or visit