England County Quiz - Staffordshire

Can you guess these facts about the English ceremonial county of Staffordshire?
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Quiz by Berney
Last updated: January 27, 2022
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First submittedDecember 22, 2020
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County town
National Park which occupies part of the north of the county
Peak District
Talented football player from Hanley who won European Footballer of the Year in 1956
Stanley Matthews
City and largest settlement in Staffordshire
Name given to the industrial area around the above city due to its ceramic making history
Very popular theme park and resort complex in Staffordshire
Alton Towers
Market town where brewing is a major industry
Burton upon Trent
'Motorhead' frontman who was born in Burslem
The smallest of the county's two cities which has a cathedral with three spires
Short-haired, medium-sized, terrier breed which originated in the county
Bull Terrier
Staffordshire born singer-songwriter and ex-member of 'Take That'
Robbie Williams
At 1,519 feet above sea level, this 'bright' sounding village, in the far north of the county,
claims to be the highest in Great Britain
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the south of the county
Cannock Chase
Professional football club based in Burslem
Port Vale
East Staffordshire town with a racecourse which hosts the Midlands Grand National
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