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Medway: Quiz


Question 1: It was colloquially known as The Medway Towns, however the city, villages and towns at the mouth of the ________ have gradually merged.
KentMaidstoneTonbridge and MallingRiver Medway

Question 2: The explosion could be heard from up to 20 miles at ________ and Whitstable.
LutonThurrockReading, BerkshireSouthend-on-Sea

Question 3: Many smaller towns and villages such as ________, Brompton, Walderslade, Luton, Wigmore etc, lie within the conurbation.
Rochester, KentFrindsbury ExtraStroodFrindsbury

Question 4: On 25 November 1914 the ________ HMS Bulwark was moored at buoy number 17 at Kethole Reach on the River Medway.
BattleshipPre-dreadnought battleshipIronclad warshipDreadnought

Question 5: Other similar areas of conservation include Ranscombe Farm on chalk grassland and woodland between Strood and Cuxton, with rare woodland flowers and ________.
Flowering plantPlantOrchidaceaeVanilla (genus)

Question 6: In one ________ street there were ten who died.

Question 7: Medway includes parts of the North Kent Marshes, an environmentally significant ________ region with several Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs).

Question 8: A large ________ supermarket currently inhabits the site.
Marks & SpencerMorrisonsSainsbury'sTesco

Question 9: They play in ________.
Bradford City A.F.C.The Football LeagueHuddersfield Town F.C.Football League One

Question 10: One of the most famous people with a significance to all of Medway is ________, whose used setting in the towns for inspiration.
Ebenezer ScroogeLittle DorritCharles DickensA Christmas Carol

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