1. Match the clan to its tartan on this sheet.

2. What type of food is an Arbroath Smokie?
Smoked Haddock

3. The Gaelic for whisky is Uisge Beatha. What is its literal meaning?
Water of Life

4. Name two famous Scottish inventors.
Alexander Graham Bell, John Logie Baird, Alexander Flemming, James Watt…

5. Who or what was the Cutty Sark named after?
The nickname of the witch Nannie Dee in Robert Burns’ 1791 poem Tam o’ Shanter

6. Which famous Scottish battle took place in 1745?

7. How many golf courses are there in Scotland?

8. A Munro is the name for a Scottish mountain above which height? 3000ft

9. Who was the Scottish schoolteacher created by Muriel Spark?
Miss Jean Brodie

10. Where would you find a chanter and a drone?

Well done to all those who took part:

The winners are

123 Victor Rd. (Scott and Anthony) with 10 ½ points out of a possible 15.
A prize will be delivered to your house this week!

They also managed to correct me on the date of the Battle of Culloden (1746 , not 1745).

Question 5, many people thought that the Cutty Sark was named after a ladies petticoat, but the petticoat was actually named after the ship.

I have had a busy time checking the answers, especially checking your inventors and have learnt more about Scotland.  Hope you have too!
Thanks everyone for a super evening!

Alex (41 Albert)