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National Parks of England and Wales

Try to name the 13 national parks of England and Wales.
Quiz by Berney
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First submittedMarch 26, 2018
Last updatedDecember 22, 2018
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Number
National Park
1
Brecon Beacons
2
Broads
3
Dartmoor
4
Exmoor
5
Lake District
6
New Forest
7
Northumberland
8
North York Moors
9
Peak District
10
Pembrokeshire Coast
11
Snowdonia
12
South Downs
13
Yorkshire Dales
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level 58
Mar 26, 2018
This is fantastic! Beautiful SVG and an excellent quiz. I nominate this to be featured, very much enjoyed it!
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level 67
Apr 20, 2018
Very good quiz and graphics needs to be featured
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level 76
Sep 10, 2018
Maybe consider accepting "Dales" for Yorkshire Dales and "NYM" for North York Moors?
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level 66
Sep 11, 2018
I could do that but I'm really looking for the full names.
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level 83
Sep 12, 2018
Then can you please accept "The Broads?"
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level ∞
Sep 12, 2018
That will work now
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level 79
Sep 10, 2018
I gotta spend more time in Wales. Missed two out of three there, but got the English ones. I just have trouble wrapping my Southern US ears around the Welsh accent for some reason.
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level 52
Sep 10, 2018
Nice job with the map and congrats for this one becoming featured! :o)
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level 82
Sep 11, 2018
Nicely done.. you could use the same map to test the river knowledge too.
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level 69
Sep 11, 2018
Only got 3 right, but remembered almost all of them after seeing the names
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level 72
Sep 12, 2018
Fantastic map! 5/13, despite having been born there :( Must try again in a week's time.
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level 71
Sep 13, 2018
Brilliant. Erm, could you do one for the AONBs too? Pretty please?
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level 66
Sep 14, 2018
There are a lot more of them! Maybe, I'll take a look when I can.
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level 57
Sep 24, 2018
Ahh! Missed North York Moores, Pembrokeshire Coast and Brecon Beacons. But I typed Pembrokeshire and Yorkshire Moores and got neither!!!!
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level 66
Sep 25, 2018
That National Park in Wales is not called just Pembrokeshire - I'm looking for the full names. Also it's Moors, not Moores.
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level 67
Nov 7, 2018
Couldn't be bothered adding in the massive amount of scottish natonal parks? All two of them? Cairngorms and Loch Lomond &The Trossachs for your information.
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level 66
Nov 7, 2018
Thanks for the non-constructive comment. I used an available map and didn't have one with the Scottish parks or I would have included them too. I'm fully aware of what the two are by the way and I will more than likely do another quiz when I have a suitable map. However, I've noticed that you "couldn't be bothered" either - how about making the effort to do a quiz which includes them yourself?
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level 67
Nov 7, 2018
Well, Berney it would be a rather foolish endeavour as having covered 13 of the 15 parks, two really doesn't constitute a quiz. However, apologies for the negative language, it isn't right when someone has gone out of their way to assemble a quiz that does enlighten non-UK residents to what is a part of the UK's heritage.
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level 66
Nov 7, 2018
No problem. I was actually proposing expanding this quiz to include the two Scottish parks when I can find a suitable map that has all 15.
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level 60
Nov 7, 2018
And remember Northern Ireland, or the Giant will come to get you.
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level 57
Dec 22, 2018
Could you maybe accept a few spelling variations/errors for Brecon Beacons? I tried Breckon Beacons and Brekon Beacons!
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level 66
Dec 22, 2018
OK, changes resubmitted.
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level 77
Mar 29, 2019
Just so you know, when you scroll over the area colored for Pembrokeshire Coast after the quiz is finished, it is the only park that doesn't display the name.
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level 66
Mar 29, 2019
Thanks for that. Not sure why but I'll take a look.
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level 76
Mar 29, 2019
I didn't think I knew any of these, but I remember the Lake District from Pride and Prejudice, Snowdonia from Midsomer Murders, and Yorkshire Dales from All Creatures Great and Small - just didn't realize they were all national parks. Thanks for the learning moment. I would love to visit all of these someday, but it probably will never happen.