These buildings are all in Market Lavington (or were before parish boundaries changed) and all still exist although there may have been changes. Can you identify where they are? Either give the address or the name of the house.
Name the following people from the small biography given. All are closely connected with Market Lavington
11) A man who made bricks but was sadly killed by one of his own traction engines William Box
12) The surname of three generations of basket makers in Market Lavington first in The High Street and later in The Clays Mullings
13) A Market Lavington born man who became Lord Mayor of London Thomas Sainsbury
14) A famous Victorian grower of fuchsias and potatoes James Lye
15) An agricultural engineer famed for his roller, invented in about 1840 in Market Lavington and still widely used on farms. William Cambridge
16) A Market Lavington born man who became Bishop of St Asaph in Wales Thomas Tanner
17) A very reclusive naturalist who was amongst the first to realise that some birds migrate to warmer climes for the winter John Legg
18) Market Lavington’s last real shoemaker/cobbler who was also amongst the last to collect his water from Broadwell with yoke and buckets Ken Mundy
19) An enormously fat man who ran the Lavington and Devizes Motor Bus company Fred Sayer
20) A composer who produced his own ‘Hallelujah Chorus’ in about 1750 John Smith
And the winner – the only entrant to score twenty out of twenty was Malcolm Parsons of Market Lavington. Congratulations to Malcolm who will receive a CD of photos of the village as his prize.