Is Clutton suggested this list 'as a resident of Newcastle-under-Lyme, which always has to be described as being near Stoke-on-Trent; of course the next question is always, "Whereabouts is Stoke-on-Trent?"'
Steve Van Riel says people often put his home town in Wales.
Market House Books says: "No one really knows where it is. Or Worksop, or Wellingborough. Somewhere in the Midlands."
Graham Kirby says, "I have no idea where it is. Am I alone here?" That is a QTWTAIN.
"Miles from anywhere," says Peter Green.
Its location baffles Eliot Andersen and Xlibris1.
I know it used to be pronounced "Daintry", but I don't know where it is.
7. Fort William
Issy Flamel offers a Scottish entry.
Aaron Bell says: "You need racecourses. Also, Kelso and Wincanton."
Graham Kirby supplies dialogue from House of Cards, discussing the Margaret Thatcher Memorial. Elizabeth: "Where is Grantham anyway?" Urquhart: "No one seems quite sure."
Peter Warner complained, "There's a slight touch of 'the wretched provinces' about this theme," so I put this in.
Next week: Songs whose titles are only in the final words (such as 'Up the Junction' by Squeeze)
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