Lancashire: Quiz

  
  
  
  
  

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Question 1:
What region does Lancashire belong to?

Question 2: ________ has been one of the most successful county cricket teams, particularly in the one-day game.
Yorkshire County Cricket ClubLancashire County Cricket ClubNorthamptonshire County Cricket ClubHampshire County Cricket Club

Question 3: Historically, the docks in ________ were an industrial port, though are now disused for commercial purposes.
ManchesterLancashirePrestonLiverpool

Question 4:
What is Lancashire's current status?
CR
Defunct
Fossil
Ceremonial &, Non-metropolitan county

Question 5: [12] Lonsdale was further partitioned into Lonsdale North, which was the detached part north of Morecambe Bay (also known as ________), and Lonsdale South.
Dalton-in-FurnessBarrow-in-FurnessFurnessGleaston

Question 6: In the Domesday Book, its lands between the Ribble and the Mersey were known as "Inter Ripam et Mersam"[6] and were included in the returns for ________.
MerseysideCheshireGreater ManchesterLancashire

Question 7: In 2004 Lancashire took the winning title at the Inter-counties championships from ________ who had held it for the past 7 years.
YorkshireYorkshire and the HumberNorth YorkshireWest Yorkshire

Question 8: Today the largest private industry in Lancashire is the defence industry with ________ Military Air Solutions division based in Warton on the Fylde Coast.
British Sky BroadcastingBAE SystemsSainsbury'sRolls-Royce plc

Question 9: Other defence firms include ________ which operates a site at Chorley, Ultra Electronics in Fulwood and Rolls-Royce Plc in Barnoldswick.
BAE Systems Inc.BAE Systems Electronics, Intelligence & SupportBAE Systems Land and ArmamentsDetica

Question 10:
What is the origin of Lancashire?
















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