How much do you know about the history, geography, culture and genealogy of Flintshire?
Answer all twenty questions, then click the button at the bottom of the page to find out how well you've done.
Question 1 - Who's "holy well" is commemortated in the name Holywell?
Question 2 - Which Flintshire playwright and actor wrote the "The Corn is Green" in 1938?
Question 3 - Which is the most northerly community in Flintshire?
Question 4 - The parish church at Hawarden is dedicated to which saint?
Question 5 - Which local novelist is commemorated by a statue in the centre of Mold?
Question 6 - The former Bettisfield colliery was in which Flintshire village?
Question 7 - Which Flintshire village is known in Welsh as 'Llaneurgain'?
Question 8 - Which of the Cilcain censuses is officially 'missing'?
Question 9 - The parish of Northop was in which Poor Law Union?
Question 10 - Which traditional May festival is associated with Flintshire?
Question 11 - Into which Flintshire family did William Ewart Gladstone marry in 1839?
Question 12 - Which Flintshire town held large eisteddfodau in the 16th century?
Question 13 - The historic county of Flintshire was based on which Welsh cantref?
Question 14 - Which was the last colliery in the Flintshire coalfield to close in 1996?
Question 15 - Which naturalist, traveller, writer and antiquarian lived at Downing Hall, Whitford?
Question 16 - The motto on the arms of Flintshire is:
Question 17 - Which village was at the heart of the Flintshire lead mining industry?
Question 18 - Which ill-fated ship was launched at Sandycroft in 1855?
Question 19 - Which Flintshire man was one of the founders of 'Y Wladfa' in Patagonia in 1865?
Question 20 - Where was John Parry, the first conductor of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, born?
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