Time seekers find the missing clocks in Honiton

PUBLISHED: 17:00 09 May 2017

One of the timepieces in the quiz was at St Paul's Church. Picture: Simon Horn

One of the timepieces in the quiz was at St Paul's Church. Picture: Simon Horn


The Festival of Imagination gave people the chance to find timepieces around Honiton.

These were mainly on display in shop windows, but there were a couple of exceptions.

Organiser Sue Waring said: “We would like to express our thanks to all the shops, Honiton Museum and St Paul’s Church, which provided hidden timepieces.”

The answers for the search are as listed here: 1 - 24-hour clock, Countrylines; 2 - alarm clock, Bill Opticians; 3 - astronomical clock, Haughty Culture; 4 - atomic clock, Shades; 5 - braille watch, Havills; 6 - carriage clock, Bests; 7 - cuckoo clock, Wendy’s Cookshop; 8 - digital clock, Soft Options; 9 - egg timer, Honiton Clock Clinic; 10 - grandfather clock, The Wool Stack; 11 - half-hunter watch, Just Cards; 12 - Honiton wall clock, St Paul’s Church; kitchen timer, Power Shoes; 14 - marine chronometer, Honiton Pottery Shop; 15 - novelty clock, Lacemakers Café; 16 - Scrabble timer, Honiton Library; 17 - stop watch, Honiton Sports Shop; 18 - sundial, Allhallows Museum; 19 - travel clock, Boots Opticians; 20 - wrist watch, Little Shop of Seasons.

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