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Quickword No. 2

What is the name of the island in the Firth of Clyde whose principal town is Brodick? See 6 across.

The blue-shaded squares spell out the name of an item of clothing.

Constellation, representing an animal from the Twelve Labours of Heracles.
Snooker-player’s stick.
Scottish island in the Firth of Clyde, whose main town is Brodick.
Open, uncultivated land which has run to shrubs, gorse and grasses.
Armed conflict.
Small ocean.
Little Jack Horner, who pulled a plum from a Christmas pie.
Small rounded loaf, sometimes baked with spiced dried fruit.
In Greek mythology, the brother of Pollux.
Brother of Shem and Japheth, sons of Noah.


A short tourist information video about the island, by VisitScotland.

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