Five-Letter UK Trivia Chain

Each five-letter word begins with the last letter of the previous answer.
Unfortunately I couldn't think of anything ending in the first letter of the first answer, so the chain is not circular!
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Last updated: January 1, 2017
First submittedJanuary 1, 2017
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West Yorkshire city
Leeds
British slang for "eat (something) greedily"
Scoff
Former county town in northeast Wales
Flint
Colourful Pembrokeshire seaside town
Tenby
Shortened postal term for Yorkshire
Yorks
Archaic name for Shropshire
Salop
Scottish city
Perth
London park: Hampstead _____
Heath
Name of eight British kings
Henry
Britain's oldest pub chain
Yates
Scottish language
Scots
Pembrokeshire harbour village (and its river)
Solva
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Seventh largest Scottish island
Arran
City in Northern Ireland
Newry
British slang for "Americans"
Yanks
Part of a cream tea
Scone
White heron-like bird common on Welsh estuaries
Egret
Small city in Cornwall
Truro
County town of County Tyrone
Omagh
West London borough
Hayes
East Anglian river
Stour
Crow associated with the Tower of London
Raven
English name for Castell-Nedd
Neath
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty: Shropshire _____
Hills
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Level 58
Jul 19, 2017
The heron-like bird common in Wales is an odd question considering that egrets are common across much of Britain these days, not just Wales.
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Level 58
Jul 19, 2017
Good quiz though
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Level 78
Jul 20, 2017
Thankfully they are common in the US as well, which helped me get the answer. Can't believe I missed the Scottish language, though. I was trying to think of something more obscure.
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Level 78
Jul 20, 2017
I scored nine, maybe not too bad for a Yank?