Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Quizzes & Games' started by Ivo, 22 Oct 2011.
Longbridge will forever be associated with motor vehicle production, as will Coventry.
Coventry has a airport like Halfpenny Green
Sterling Is a word assosiated with British Currency too
Brechin also has a Scottish Second Division football team.
Chinley has a chin too!
But Hitchin does'nt, its been hit. (i'll get my coat)
but it has a connection to Cambridge
Oxford also has top universities, as does Cambridge
Catford also has a name that is half-animal, half-crossing.
Cowbridge - animal + river crossing connection.
Stourbridge - because of the bridge
Coventry had car manufacturing, like longbridge.
This thread is going too fast...!
From Stourbridge to Ivybridge. I wonder why?
Two problems. One, Longbridge was a while ago, and 2, I used that exact association to leave Longbridge!
Durham and Coventry have cathedrals
Don't make me change this one...I have had to delete an entry already and Coventry was the previous clue when I made this posting
Somehow missed a page while cooking dinner.
Ivy bridge - Four Oaks
Types of vegetation
Four Oaks and Coventry are both in the "West Midlands", as is Bilston.
Oh hold on, Paul's was Durham. Um...
It links to Bilston because I've only ever been through it on public transport. (Worst association ever.)
Bilston - Milton Keynes cos it weighs a ton
Horsted Keynes as it's the only other Keynes I can think of.
Interestingly Horsted Keynes is usually pronounced 'Canes', same as the economist which Milton Keynes IS NOT NAMED AFTER - MK is pronounced 'Keens' which comes from a village that is now part of the city.
East Grinstead will join Horsted in being on the Bluebell.
which was where Dr. Richard Beeching died, whom was born in Sheerness
Rochdale was one of the first co operatives, as was sheernes.
Rochdale is in Manchester
There was a local Derby in Manchester today (and I cried at the result, Glory Glory Man United)
Liverpool, also a place that constantly moans about how hard done by it is.
Soho (Birmingham) - the butt of jokes about theft like liverpool
Soho is one of Birmingham's less salubrious areas which also happens to share it's name with a posh area of London, as does Highgate
New York (Lincolnshire) another name writing cheques the place can't cash.