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Greenfield, Greater Manchester: Quiz


Question 1: Greenfield is a village in the Saddleworth parish of the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham in ________, England.
LancashireSalford, Greater ManchesterTraffordGreater Manchester

Question 2: Much of the area covered by the reservoirs lies within the boundary of the ________.
Peak DistrictBuxtonDerbyshireEngland

Question 3: One of these roads is the main A635 road from ________ to Holmfirth.
Ashton-under-LyneShaw and CromptonOldhamChadderton

Question 4: The poem was written in the Oldham ________ of English, and was very popular in the 19th century.
English languageDialectGerman languageDialect continuum

Question 5: A Roman road passes along the Saddleworth hills, from the fort of Ardotalia in Glossop to ________.
ManchesterCastleshaw Roman fortMamuciumDeva Victrix

Question 6: It lies in a broad rural area amongst the South Pennines, and borders the ________.
EnglandDerbyshirePeak DistrictBuxton

Question 7: It is 4 miles (6.4 km) east of Oldham, and 13 miles (21 km) east-northeast of the city of ________.
Greater ManchesterManchesterSalford, Greater ManchesterLiverpool

Question 8: Lying within the ancient county boundaries of the West Riding of Yorkshire, Greenfield is mainly situated on and around two roads in the Chew Valley in the ________.
Northern EnglandPeak DistrictPenninesYorkshire Dales

Question 9: This was particularly problematic in the winter months, as the roads into the village often become blocked or dangerous due to snow and ice coupled with the village's exposed position on the ________ moorland.
YorkshirePeak DistrictPenninesEngland


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