Caption Challenge: Winning entries

  • 3 April 2014
Curator poses with a doll and a horse on wheels. Image copyright AP

Winning entries in the Caption Challenge.

The competition is now closed.

This week a curator poses with a doll and a horse on wheels.

Thanks to all who entered. The prize of a small amount of kudos to the following:

6. Richard Moody:

Trolly-dolly.

5. Peter Clarke:

The lower classes think we cannot manage the hoovering without them.

4. James Scott:

First Great Western's rail replacement service branded "inadequate" by passenger groups.

3. Andrew Sweet:

"Forgotten" Middleton sister forced to take on Kensington milk round to make ends meet.

2. Philip Woodall:

And here is Rachel who is demonstrating how even your children will love the latest Dyson "landed gentry super deluxe".

1. Ben Machell:

Woman in blue dress kneels down and pushes a horse on wheels plus there's a doll in a red outfit stood there too.

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