How well do you know the UK’s islands?

You may know England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland’s mainlands, but how well do you know their islands? Showcase your knowledge of Skye, the Isles of Scilly, the Shetlands and beyond…

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1. Which of these islands does not belong to the UK?

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2. The Needles rock formation can be seen on which UK island?

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3. At 137m, this is one of the UK’s tallest sea stacks. Where would you find it?

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4. Despite being connected to England by road, this island still boasts a 1,335-hectare nature reserve called Elmley. Name that island…

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5. This rock formation resembles a bible leaning on a pulpit. On which island can you see it?

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6. On which Scottish isle would you find Carsaig rock arch?

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7. This island is named after the Norse word for puffin, and it’s still home to a colony of the seabirds. Name that island…

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8. Where would you find the world’s first iron suspension bridge, Menai Bridge?

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9. One of these islands is home to a castle built by King Henry VIII – and around 200 rare red squirrels. Which is it?

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10. Which island off the English coast is home to this subtropical garden in the grounds of a Benedictine Abbey?

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11. Also known as Holy Island, this isle is home to famous castle and a 1,400-year-old priory. Which is it?

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12. Where can you see these sweetshop-coloured beach huts?

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13. You may have seen Stonehenge, but which isle would you visit to see this ancient stone circle?

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14. On which Scottish island would you find this incredible waterfall?

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15. Which island off the Northern Irish coast is home to this sixth century monastery?