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West Midlands (county): Quiz

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Question 1: The area grew rapidly during the ________, and by the 20th century had grown into one large conurbation.
Textile manufacture during the Industrial RevolutionIndustrial RevolutionThomas HighsWilliam Radcliffe

Question 2:
What is the origin of West Midlands (county)?
1974
Minas Gerais state
Before 1972
Congrier

Question 3: The West Midlands is also home to Warwickshire County Cricket Club, who are based at Edgbaston Cricket Ground, which also hosts Test matches and ________.
Sri Lanka national cricket teamOne Day InternationalTwenty20Cricket World Cup

Question 4:
What region does West Midlands (county) belong to?

Question 5: The West Midlands is divided into seven districts called metropolitan boroughs, these are: ________, Coventry, Dudley, Sandwell, Solihull, Walsall and Wolverhampton (see map).
BirminghamLiverpoolStoke-on-TrentLondon

Question 6:
What is the area of West Midlands (county) in square km?
17.93
8.41
5.37
902

Question 7: ________ and the University of Warwick are located in Coventry whilst Wolverhampton University is located in Wolverhampton with campuses in Telford and Walsall.
Coventry UniversityKeele UniversityAston UniversityBirmingham City University

Question 8:

Question 9: Around the periphery of this area, three other towns remained separate (Halesowen, Stourbridge and Sutton Coldfield), while ________ and Brownhills joined to form a single unit, called Aldridge-Brownhills.
AldridgeWest BromwichWalsallBloxwich

Question 10: [5] One of these SSSIs is ________ in Sutton Coldfield, which has an area of 970 hectares (2,400 acres).
EnglandSutton ParkBoldmereBirmingham







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