Have a go at our Stroud Green Quiz.
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#1. The name Stroud Green means:
Wet marshy place
#2. The Old Dairy at the corner of Crouch Hill has panels on the wall in what type of decoration?
#3. What is the name of the place of worship destroyed in the Second World War?
Holy Trinity Church, Granville Road
St Saviour's Church, Hanley Road
Crouch Hill Presbyterian Church
Stapleton Hall Road Baptist Church
#4. What was Hornsey Road originally called?
Cut Throat Lane
#5. St Aidan's School was originally which of these schools?
The High School, Stroud Green
Albany Road School
Stroud Green and Hornsey High School
#6. What was the family name of the last farmer to occupy Stapleton Hall?
#7. Stroud Green Railway Station, which no longer exists, opened in which year?
#8. What was Finsbury Park called originally?
#9. Opening in 1894, Stroud Green Primary School was controlled by which of these authorities?
A Private Trust
Hornsey School Board
The Department for Education
#10. Wall Court Flats in Stroud Green Road was named after:
A Mayor of Hornsey
A local artist
A local footballer
An English actor