Take the number of the motorway heading east from the English seaside town that could be Dublin. Add Blake's space travelling number plus 284's amicable friend. Take the next smallest prime number. Which authority might come to mind?
Two correct entries will get signed copies of my book 10 Short Lessons in Time Travel. When the competition closes on 30 June, two winners will be drawn at random.
British motorways (highways) have the form Mn where n is a number (e.g. M4). It's the number part we're looking for.
Part of the puzzle is a simple cipher.
By entering a solution to the Conundrum bonus puzzle, you agree to have your first name and first letter of your surname displayed on the Conundrum website, should your solution be correct.
Your name and email address will only be used to respond to your solution or to send out your prize of a signed book, should your entry be selected.
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