1. Which is named after a Smithfield landowner, executed for Lollardy?

2. Which is synonymous with a cherry tree and briefly makes an appearance in Snatch?

3. Which shares its name with a London canal basin?

4. Where could you see a coprolite on display in the front window’s collection of curiosities?

5. Which pub is said to have a name which is a corruption of a portal to a northern French port?

6. Where until 2002 could you have seen a wild goose holed up?

7. Which takes its name from a pioneer of epidemiology?

8. Which sits roughly between a fictional barber’s and a fictional pie shop?

9. Which takes its name from a song made popular during World War One?

10. Which pub’s contemporary name is influenced by the creators of a runcible spoon and the heart of gold?