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St Just in Penwith: Quiz

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Question 1: In 616 he was made ________; and in November he died.
Rowan WilliamsArchbishop of CanterburyThomas CranmerChurch of England

Question 2: The ancient settlement has a strong ________ history and was during the 19th Century one of the most important mining districts in Cornwall both for copper and tin.
ArchaeologyMetallurgyMining engineeringMining

Question 3: Principal local government functions are now undertaken by the ________.
Wiltshire CouncilCornwall CouncilShropshire CouncilNorthumberland County Council

Question 4: Some sources state that the name St Just derives from ________ or Saint Just, who was sent to England by Pope Gregory in A.D.
DunstanMellitusJustusNothhelm

Question 5: St Just (Cornish: Lannyust) is a town and civil parish in ________, England, United Kingdom.
PlymouthWiltshireCornwallBristol

Question 6: It was announced in July 2006 that the St Just mining district and the rest of the historic mining areas of Cornwall had become the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape ________[1].
World Heritage SiteUniversal Postal UnionUnited Nations Human Rights CouncilFood and Agriculture Organization

Question 7: It has a stream running down through it to the ________.
Arctic OceanPacific OceanAtlantic OceanIndian Ocean

Question 8: The town of St Just is the most westerly town in mainland Britain and is situated approximately eight miles (12.7 km) west of ________ along the A3071.
St Ives, CornwallPenzanceTruroHayle

Question 9: Also near is Cape Cornwall, which was once believed to be the most westerly point of Cornwall and on the mainland of ________.
English lawUnited KingdomScotlandEngland and Wales







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