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Erith: Quiz


Question 1: In 1965, under the London Government Act 1963, the Erith Municipal Borough was abolished and its area transferred to Greater London to form part of the present-day ________.
London Borough of BarnetLondon Borough of BromleyLondon Borough of BexleyLondon Borough of Greenwich

Question 2: Erith is home to the longest pier in London, on the ________.
River ThamesThames EstuaryHenley-on-ThamesTideway

Question 3: After the ________ in 1066 Erith passed into the possession of Bishop Odo and is mentioned in the Domesday Survey.
Norman conquest of EnglandKingdom of EnglandEnglandHistory of England

Question 4: The ________ brought into existence Erith Urban District, which became the Municipal Borough of Erith in 1938.
Local Government Act 1972Local Government Act 1929Local Government Act 1933Local Government Act 1894

Question 5: From the river front there are two point block residential towers opened in the early seventies, the playhouse (begun in 1973) and two rather drab ________ (1969 and 1973).
SkyscraperShopping mallNew townApartment

Question 6: Erith is in the Bexley and Bromley London Assembly constituency and is represented on the ________ by James Cleverly (Conservative).
London AssemblyLondon Assembly election, 2008Greater LondonGreater London Authority

Question 7: Stuckist artist Philip Absolon, Motor racing driver Tony Brise, cartoonist Mike Jupp and author ________ were all born in Erith.
The Sea WolvesEnglandJames LeasorDavid Niven

Question 8: She joked it wasn't twinned with any town but did have a suicide pact with ________.

Question 9: ________ Hall, Lesney Park Rd.
NontrinitarianismJehovah's WitnessesChristadelphiansChristianity

Question 10: The largest part of Erith is in the Erith ward of the ________.
London Borough of BexleyLondon Borough of BarnetLondon Borough of BromleyLondon Borough of Greenwich

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