Picnic Quiz Questions

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  1. On what tube line does the station Woodside Park stand?
  2. To the nearest 50, how many legal residential dwellings are there in Woodside Park Garden Suburb?
  3. Which road in Woodside Park Garden Suburb is represented by the anagram BECOME CRONEY PE?
  4. What is the name of the Member of Parliament who represents Woodside Park and Totteridge?
  5. Who originally conceived the idea of a 100 acre Garden Suburb” with a maximum of eight houses per acre, having roads named after villages in Sussex and to be called Woodside Park?  He passed away in 1978.
  6. What is the name of the rivulet which runs along the south-eastern boundary of Woodside Park?
  7. How many tube stations lie between Woodside Park and King’s Cross St Pancras?  Do not include Woodside Park and King’s Cross in your calculation.
  8. In what year were the first houses built in Woodside Park Garden Suburb?
  9. What is the name of the largest hillfort on the South Downs containing the most important flint mining area in Sussex, after which two roads in Woodside Park Garden Suburb are named.?
  10. In what year between 1945 and 1950 did “Green Belt” legislation prevent the extension of Chanctonbury Way?

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