Great Chishill

The pleasant village of Great Chishill is part of the civil parish of Great and Little Chisll. It is the highest point of the county of Cambridgeshire and sits 146 m (479 ft) above sea level. The village is roughly one mile east of the Hertfordshire boundary.  

The highest point can be found by venturing approximately 800 m east along Hall Lane from St Swithun’s parish church. The village is also the place where the famous singer-songwriter Sam Smith grew up, he worked in the local shop in Barley.

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146 m (479 ft) England Cambridgeshire
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52.02700043,0.07908411 TL 4273 3854 194: Hertford & Bishop's Stortford