Ulverston Quiz A fun quiz. Ten questions about Ulverston nowadays and in times past. What is the roundabout on the A590 at the bottom of Market Street and Brewery Street known as?Sir John Barrow SquareTank SquareCoronation SquareBirkrigg Park housing estate near Swarthmoor is built on a site formerly occupied by which one of the following?Birkrigg IronworksThe Swarthmoor Airship CompanyHigh Carley SanatoriumWhat do Ulverston and Harlem Georgia have in common?Lighthouse monumentsLantern processionsLaurel and HardyUnion Lane is next to the health centre at Stanley Street. What "Union" does the name refer to?Scotland and EnglandNorth and South LancashireUlverston parish workhousesWhat do "Bugle Horn" and "Bee Hive" have in common?Old pubsDance clubsCraft industriesThe Ulverston Explorer Scout group is known as "Xenolith" Scouts. What does Xenolith mean?An exceptionally large standing stoneA rock fragment embedded in a larger fragmentThe high point in the travels of a planetWhat is a "weint"?An outside toiletA passageway between buildingsA small measure of whiskyOn the corner of the Mill building in Mill Street is a carving of four faces by Edward Woodburn. What was he also famous for?Inventor of high-pressure wood burning stovesInventor of white sliced breadChampion pole vaulter of EnglandWhat was granted to Ulverston by King Edward I in 1280?Permission to build a short canalPermission to hold regular markets and a fairIndependence from ScotlandStan Laurel was born in Ulverston in 1890. What was his original name?Stanley ZefirelliArthur JeffersonHal Roach This iframe contains the logic required to handle AJAX powered Gravity Forms.