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Ealing: Quiz


Question 1: A one time prime minister, ________ made his home at Elm House.
Henry Addington, 1st Viscount SidmouthGeorge CanningSpencer PercevalFrederick Robinson, 1st Viscount Goderich

Question 2: ________ lived in Ealing Common with his parents; he attended Ealing Art School.
John EntwistleThe WhoRoger DaltreyPete Townshend

Question 3: This was abandoned in August 2007 in the face of fierce local opposition and a switch in priorities and funding to ________.
Stratford stationFarringdon stationCrossrailLiverpool Street station

Question 4: West Ealing, ________, Heathrow Connect
First CymruFirst Capital ConnectFirst Great WesternM4 motorway

Question 5: The Church of ________'s, the parish church, dates back to the early twelfth century.
Mary (mother of Jesus)Biblical MagiJesusSaint Joseph

Question 6: Due to the nearby football teams, ________ and Queens Park Rangers, Ealing has previously not had its own football team, despite its size.
Brentford F.C.Charlton Athletic F.C.Bristol Rovers F.C.Huddersfield Town F.C.

Question 7: In the 1850s, with improved travel (the Great Western Railway and two branches of the ________), villages began to grow into towns and merged into unbroken residential areas.
Oxford CanalM1 motorwayGrand Union CanalRiver Great Ouse

Question 8: Mitch Mitchell (1946–2008) Drummer for the ________, was born and grew up in Ealing.
Up from the SkiesElectric Jimi HendrixThe Jimi Hendrix ExperienceHey Joe

Question 9: [8][9] Living with her, was her daughter ________ who was England's first computer programmer and has the programming Language 'ada' named after her.
Charles BabbageAda LovelaceUnited KingdomGeorge Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron

Question 10: Paul McGrath, former ________, Manchester United, Derby County and Republic of Ireland International footballer, was born in Ealing in 1959
Everton F.C.Liverpool F.C.Aston Villa F.C.AFC Ajax


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