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UK Town and City Trivia - Norwich

Can you guess these facts about the UK city of Norwich?
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Quiz by Berney
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Last updated: January 25, 2024
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First submittedJanuary 25, 2024
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County is which Norwich is located
Norfolk
The two main rivers that flow through and to the south of the city centre, before merging at Whitlingham on its eastern boundary
Wensum
Yare
15th century, flint stone watergate & 17th century ferry house on the riverside walk
Pull's Ferry
Home ground of Norwich City F.C.
Carrow Road
Nickname of the above football team
Canaries
Celebrity cook, TV presenter and major shareholder in Norwich City F.C.
Delia Smith
14th century, riverside, artillery blockhouse to the north-east of the city centre
Cow Tower
Yeoman who led a rebellion against the enclosure of common land in 1549. His rebel army captured Norwich before he was eventually captured and executed
Robert Kett
System that aids the sorting of mail, first trialled in Norwich in 1959
Postcode
Open common land that overlooks the city from the north-east
Mousehold Heath
Historic cobbled area at one end of Elm Hill in the heart of Norwich. Also the title and setting of a novel in the 'Shardlake' series by C.J. Sansom
Tombland
Condiment produced in Norwich by Colman's for over 160 years
Mustard
Very popular TV quiz show of the 1970s and 1980s. Every show began with the words “And now, from Norwich, it’s the quiz of the week!”
Sale of the Century
Presenter on the fictional station, Radio Norwich, played by Steve Coogan
Alan Partridge
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