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|