Organised by the Pride In Enderby group and using a supplied map of Enderby as a guide, participants were invited to tour the village and answer questions.
For those who took part, the questions and answers are reproduced below:
Starting off by going down Mill Lane towards the centre of the village:
- Where would you find a ‘piece of windmill’? Answer: 35 Mill lane
- When were Victoria’s cottages built? Answer: 1890
- What was built at the outbreak of World War II? Answer: The Co-op, 1939
- What is the Nag’s Head built of? Answer: Granite and brick
- Who was the architect for Enderby Methodist Church? And what was it previously called? Answer: J Wills, providence chapel, primitive methodists
- Look across the road, where can you see a ‘star of David’? Answer: Village Institute
- What stone creature can you see, set in the wall, at No.5 The Cross?
Answer: (could be a lion, dog, etc check with the owners!)
- ‘The Old Bank’ is now offices but what Bank did it belong to? Answer: Co-op
- Poplar House, No.3 The Cross, was once connected to the Dog and Gun. Why do you think that might be? Answer: Brew house
- Go to the top of the hill, when was the ‘new’ United Reformed Church built? Answer: 1910
- What can you apparently see from No.16 Chapel Street? Answer: The village of Croft
- People in Conery Lane may once have bred what? Answer: RabbitsGo down Moores Lane
- You pass the possible home of a ‘perennial rock star’? Answer: Cliffe House (Cliff Richard)
- At the bottom of Moores Lane, what are the 2 names of the church there?
Answer: Enderby Evangelical Free Church or Enderby Mission Church
- At Enderby Hall, why should you shut the gate? Answer: Puppy at large
- Who is the vicar of Enderby and what is his telephone number?
Answer: Jerry Taylor 01455888679
- At the old school, how old was Charles Brook when he died? Answer: 59
- At what number Blaby Road might the president of the USA live? Answer: 39
- What is the name of the Community Garden? Answer: A Place to Grow
- Tie Breaker – What is the population of Enderby? Answer: 5648 in 2001