English places with royal patronage

Name the English places that have been explicitly granted or confirmed the use of the title "royal" by royal charter, letters patent or similar instrument issued by the monarch.
*Lapsed in 1965
**Lapsed in 1974
Quiz by mdjones
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Last updated: July 12, 2017
First submittedMay 18, 2017
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Type
Answer
Royal County
Berkshire
Royal Borough
Greenwich
Royal Borough*
Kensington
Royal Borough
Kensington and Chelsea
Royal Borough
Kingston Upon Thames
"Royal" Prefix
Leamington Spa
Type
Answer
Royal Town
Sutton Coldfield
"Royal" Prefix
Tunbridge Wells
Royal Borough**
Windsor
Royal Borough
Windsor and Maidenhead
"Royal" Prefix
Wootton Bassett
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Level 65
May 18, 2017
Good idea. Wootton Bassett is spelt wrongly. Maybe add towns that have 'Regis' as part of their name by royal grant?
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Level 43
May 18, 2017
I've corrected it pending approval, thanks for the spot! I do like the idea, I may not add it to this quiz and instead make a series including "regis" and "king's" with one larger quiz compiling them all together at the end. Hope you enjoyed it!
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Level 43
May 18, 2017
Here's the next one! http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/225362/english-places-with-regis-in-their-name
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Level 65
May 20, 2017
Thanks for your work! Two good, challenging quizzes.