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Heptonstall: Quiz

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Question 1: [1] The town of ________ lies directly to the southeast.
Hebden BridgeBradfordKeighleyTodmorden

Question 2: [3] Hartley was founder of the Cragg Coiners and lived as a rogue in the Calderdale area until he was hanged at Tyburn near ________ in 1774.
LeicesterYorkKingston upon HullPeterborough

Question 3: Heptonstall's original church was named after ________, founded circa 1260 and was altered and added to over several centuries.
Reginald Fitz JocelinHubert WalterThomas CranmerThomas Becket

Question 4: The American poet ________, who was married to Ted Hughes from nearby Mytholmroyd, is buried in the new St.
The Bell JarRobert LowellSylvia PlathAnne Sexton

Question 5: Historically a centre for hand-loom weaving, it was also the site of a battle in 1643 during the early part of the ________.
English ReformationEnglish Civil WarEnglish peopleEngland

Question 6: It featured as a location in the 1993 ________ television drama series, Mr. Wroe's Virgins, which was directed by Danny Boyle.
Norwegian Broadcasting CorporationBBCRaidió Teilifís ÉireannTG4

Question 7: Heptonstall is a small village and civil parish within the ________ borough of West Yorkshire, England.
Halifax, West YorkshireLeedsKirkleesCalderdale

Question 8: [2] The foundation stone of its octagonal Methodist chapel, the oldest still in continued use, was laid following the visit of ________ in 1764.
ArminianismUnited Methodist ChurchCharles WesleyJohn Wesley







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