(The planet is listed first, then the star.)
Snowdon and Ben Nevis: okay, mountains is a theme, but who's going to want a star named Ben?
Shaogal and Breagha: Scottish Gaelic, 'world' and 'beautiful'. Okay, but... they're just Gaelic words.
Delwyn and Ceridwen: Welsh, 'godly friend' and a Celtic goddess of rebirth. I actually like this one.
FInlaggan and Dunyvaig: A couple of ancient fortresses in Scotland. I guess that's okay?
Elan and Galloway: Dark Sky Parks. Nice theme, but the names are eh.
Cruinlagh and Gloas: naming them in Manx would amuse me immensely, but 'Cruinlagh' means 'orbit'; what would you name a second planet?
Dalla and Kann: Cornish is great, but this is even worse than the previous two: 'Kann Dalla' means 'bright beginning'.
Thistle and Poppy: I suspect this will get a lot of votes, but... I mean...
Hafal and Recorde: Robert Recorde is the man who invented the equals sign ('hafal' in Welsh'). That's adorable, but again... what's planet #2?
Bluestone and Sarsen: Rocks from Stonehenge. All two of them. I'm inclined to think this was suggested by someone who's read Alastair Reynolds' books about the planet Yellowstone.
We get to vote for three options, so... I guess I'll do that with the kids tonight?