British Groups of Things #2

Name the members of these famous British groups
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Last updated: September 5, 2018
First submittedDecember 16, 2012
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The Famous Five by Enid Blyton
Anne
Dick
George
Julian
Timothy
 
Three Peaks
Ben Nevis
Scafell Pike
Snowdon
 
Brontë Sisters
Anne
Charlotte
Emily
 
Most Watched Sports on TV
Football
Rugby Union
Tennis
Cricket
Commonwealth Games Teams
England
Guernsey
Isle of Man
Jersey
Northern Ireland
Scotland
Wales
 
Wives of Henry VIII
Catherine of Aragon
Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymour
Anne of Cleves
Catherine Howard
Catherine Parr
 
London Airports
Heathrow
Gatwick
Stansted
Luton
City
Faces on English Banknotes
Elizabeth Fry
Charles Darwin
Adam Smith
John Houblon
Matthew Boulton
James Watt
 
Harry Potter Books
Philosopher's Stone
Chamber of Secrets
Prisoners of Azkaban
Goblet of Fire
Order of the Phoenix
Half-Blood Prince
Deathly Hallows
 
Home Counties
Berkshire
Buckinghamshire
Essex
Hertfordshire
Kent
Surrey
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Level 61
Nov 14, 2012
you dont exept timmy as an answer even though thats what he is called in the book

in fact you dont even know if it is timothy

apart from that great quiz

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Level 47
Jan 16, 2013
I suggest it should be acceptable to omit "City of" for Westminster and London.
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Level 74
Feb 11, 2015
I'm no expert, but I think it's Prisoner of Azkaban, singular.
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Level 67
Feb 28, 2015
Since I have a physical copy of the book in front of me right now, I do consider myself to be an expert, and it is definitely Prisoner of Azkaban, singular.
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Level 66
Jun 13, 2015
I ran out of time as I spent so long trying to work out why it wouldn't accept Prisoner of Azkaban. It definitely should be singular.
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Level 66
Apr 11, 2015
It's Prisoner of Azkaban, not Prisoners of Azkaban, and could you accept Katherine as an alternative spelling of Catherine?
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Level 79
Jun 24, 2015
It's definitely just "prisoner"; and why doesn't the Queen feature on the list of faces on banknotes?
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Level 51
Jul 7, 2016
It would be nice to see rugby accepted as an answer, rather than a specific code.
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Level 78
Dec 2, 2016
Still no change on Prisoner of Azkaban.
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Level 38
May 6, 2017
correct me if i'm wrong but is the queen not on all british currency
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Level 75
Nov 17, 2018
The English banknote question is out of date now, the £5 and £10 notes have changed to show Sir Winston Churchill and Jane Austen respectively