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"Most people think of Exeter and Plymouth when they think of Devon, but there exists a whole different county in the north!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
'Devon North' had a famous Member of Parliament in the 1970s - who was this?
Barnstaple was a terrible traffic-jam area until the downstream bridge was built. When was this bridge opened?
Barnstaple lies at the mouth of which tidal river?
Which National Trust property was the home of Sir Francis Chichester, who sailed around the world singlehandedly?
(two words beginning with A and C - think of an American cemetery!)
There is only one train line in North Devon, connecting Barnstaple to Exeter. It has a quaint nickname - do you know what it is?
the Tarka Line
the Otter Way
the Devon Scene
the Train Track
Which North Devon village has the longest High Street in England?
On special occasions (such as the 2002 Jubilee Celebrations) beacons are lit around the British Isles - but do you know the location of the site where the North Devon Beacon is lit?
North Molton Ridge
Which towns were referred to as the 'Little Switzerland of England' by the Victorians?
Westward Ho! and Appledore
Barnstaple and Braunton
Lynton and Lynmouth
Ilfracombe and Lee Bay
Ilfracombe is just one of the places where one can catch a boat to visit a special island in the Bristol Channel, but do you know the name of that island?
With a string of awards for floral displays, more than any other British town, which North Devon town won the 'World in Bloom' competition once?
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