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Stoke-upon-Trent: Quiz


Question 1: a purpose-built ________[1]

Question 2: the main campus of ________, its library and halls of residence (these are actually located on land that was originally part of Hanley) and was the original site of the Staffordshire Cricket Clubs ground.
Birmingham City UniversityAston UniversityStaffordshire UniversityKeele University

Question 3: In the 18th Century, the "Grand Trunk" canal came along the Trent valley to carry china clay from ________ cheaply to the Potteries (and pottery safely away).

Question 4: Successful Stoke-upon-Trent potters include ________, Copeland, Minton and Biltons.
Paragon ChinaRoyal DoultonSpodeStoke-on-Trent

Question 5: Stoke-upon-Trent, commonly called Stoke, is a component town of the city of Stoke-on-Trent, in the ceremonial county of Staffordshire, ________.
EnglandScotlandUnited KingdomWales

Question 6: The later ________ through Stoke remained the basis for local road transport long after the Roman occupation.
Roman EmpireAncient RomeVia EgnatiaRoman roads

Question 7: The town, which was incorporated as a municipal borough in 1874, is one of six that federated to form the county borough of Stoke-on-Trent in 1910, along with Hanley, Tunstall, ________, Longton and Fenton.
Sneyd GreenBurslemShelton, StaffordshireStoke-upon-Trent


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