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The South Lincolnshire Trivia Quiz

Unusual facts from the Fens 10 Questions.

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Where is the home of a three sided bridge, now with no river, near an Abbey?

  • Southwell
  • Crowland
  • Lincoln
  • Anglesey

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On the "stump" for May 7th or every day? Which town is the home of the church with that nickname?

  • Long Sutton
  • Bourne
  • Boston
  • Spalding

Question 3 Photo

Which village provided practice for The Dambusters raid in particular using its swing bridge?

  • Swineshead
  • Surfleet
  • Sutton Bridge
  • Fosdyke

Question 4 Photo

This naturalist grew up here and helped colonise New South Wales and gave his name to a flower. Can you name him?

  • Justin Rose
  • Leonard Fuchs
  • Daisy Duke
  • Joseph Banks

Question 5 Photo

Where is is the birth place of the milk snatcher from the 1970's?

  • Finchley
  • House of Commons
  • Grantham
  • Downing Street

Question 6 Photo

Where is the home of Billy Butlin's first holiday camp?

  • Skegness
  • Crimpton- on- Sea
  • Blackpool
  • Theddlethorpe

Question 7 Photo

Who lost his crown jewels on the way from Sleaford to King's Lynn, in the Wash?

  • Barbara Windsor
  • The Pope
  • Colonel Thomas Blood
  • King John

Question 8 Photo

Which river runs through Spalding?

  • Trent
  • Welland
  • Nene
  • Ouse

Question 9 Photo

They say on a clear day you can see this castle from Lincoln Cathedral and Boston Stump. Where is it?

  • Windsor
  • Tattershall
  • Newcastle
  • Balmoral

Question 10 Photo

Finally which area of natural habitat for wildlife and rich farming soil runs through South Lincolnshire?

  • The Broads
  • The Fens
  • The Lake District
  • Terrington Marsh