Yet another Weird and Wonderful Britain Quiz
Unusual bits and pieces about Britain. 12 Questions.
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At one time, the spire of Derwent parish church was visible above which mass of water?
Lake Windermere, Cumbria
Grafham Water, Cambridgeshire
Ladybower Reservoir, Derbyshire
When St. John's Church, in Little Brington, Northamptonshire was demolished in 1947, they kept the spire. Why?
It has several gargoyles on the side
It is a landmark for RAF pilots
It is a stop-off point for long distance coaches
Still on the subject of spires, what is the name of the church in Chesterfield, Derbyshire with a crooked spire?
St. Mary's and All Saints
'Stinking bishop' is a kind of...
The Nutter Dance from Bacup, Lancashire is usually performed by...
In most British churchyards, the dead are buried facing which direction?
Scotland's only underground transport system is in which city?
The Royal coat of arms shows a lion and a unicorn. The unicorn represents which country?
Cardiff became the capital of Wales in which year?
Where can you find Fat Betty, Young Ralph and Old Ralph?
North Yorkshire Moors
What are they?
And finally, legend has it that this castle, when viewed from the sea, appears intact, in its original state. Which castle is it?
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