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The English Coastline-And Your Point Is?
England - General
"Ten questions about the names of well-known English coastal headlands, most of which I've visited while bird-watching. I'll give you the location, you choose the right name."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
This is surely the most famous English headland of all; it is situated in the far south-west of Cornwall.
John O' Groats
This headland is off the south coast of Cornwall; can you spot the 'real deal' from my fakes?
A large headland juts out into the English Channel adjacent to Weymouth in Dorset. The tip of this headland is known as what?
In Sussex there is a long stretch of chalk cliffs. the most famous point along this part of the coast is called what?
The headland of Dungeness is in which English county?
This strange-sounding location lies in east Essex; which of these is the correct name?
Simpson on the Bere
Brady on the Bunch
Fonzie on the Pull
Walton on the Naze
In a remote part of Lincolnshire there is a headland with a Mediterranean-sounding name. Which of these is correct?
To the east of Kingston upon Hull on the northern side of the Humber Estuary is a long shingle and sand spit of land. Do you know what it is called?
On the Wirral peninsula in Merseyside is a town built around the north-western headland. Which town is it?
On the coast of Cumbria there is a marvellous headland cliff that teems with bird life, especially at nesting time. Which of these is the real name?
St Wasps Head
St Termites Head
St Ants Head
St Bees Head
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