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Denbighshire (historic): Quiz

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Question 1: The ________ runs north along the western boundary.
PenmaenmawrMochdre, ConwyRiver ConwyBetws-y-Coed

Question 2: Three urban districts were formed by the Local Government Act 1894: Abergele and Pensarn (renamed Abergele in 1935), Colwyn Bay and Colwyn (renamed Colwyn Bay in 1926, and incorporated as a borough in 1934) and ________, as successors to urban sanitary districts.
RuthinDenbighLlangollenCorwen

Question 3: The administrative county was abolished in 1974, with most of the former county becoming part of ________.
Flintshire (historic)DenbighshireWalesClwyd

Question 4: An administrative county of Denbighshire was created in 1889 by the ________.
Local Government Act 1888Local Government Act 1933Municipal Corporations Act 1835County borough

Question 5: The county's third borough, ________ was incorporated in 1857.
WrexhamWalesGwersylltCardiff

Question 6: The main towns in the area today are Rhyl, Denbigh, ________, Llanrwst, and Ruthin.
LlangollenLlandrillo, DenbighshireGwyddelwernCorwen

Question 7: Denbighshire (Welsh: Sir Ddinbych) is one of thirteen historic counties of Wales, and a former administrative county, which covered an area in north-east ________.
WalesUnited KingdomEnglandScotland

Question 8: The boroughs of Denbigh and Ruthin were reformed in 1835 by the ________.
Reform Act 1832Municipal Corporations Act 1835BristolReform Act 1867

Question 9: ________, Llangollen (grid reference SJ2044).
WalesCastell Dinas BranValle Crucis AbbeyOwain Glyndŵr

Question 10: Two civil parishes: Llaneilian yn Rhos and Llansanffraid Glan Conway were administered as part of Conway Rural District in the neighbouring county of ________.
BrecknockshireCaernarfonshireWalesMonmouthshire (historic)







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