Cheddar Gorge has been played on fifty-three shows. The teams construct a sentence, taking one word each at a time, the object being not to complete the sentence. No-one has ever explained why the round is called Cheddar Gorge and it is usually prefaced with the chairman giving other examples of games called after place names.
"Lots of games are named after places. There's Cumberland Gap which basically involves running a sweatshop in the Lake District and the ever popular Dogger Bank which involves having sex outside an Essex branch of Barclays."