One kilometre south-east is Church Flatts Farm, which is 113km 70 miles from the nearest point on the coast, or 72km 45 miles from the nearest tidal water. The way I've understood the metaphor is that it exemplifies the supra-empirical nature of many aspects of religion.
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Anywhere in the south? You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2. Jeff Leather, Liverpool, England The furthest point from the sea in the uk is a little place called shortheath,near Moira,which is near ashby.
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Lichfield in Staffordshire has a plaque indicating England's furthest point from the sea — a distance of 84 miles. I say 'pooey!
In that case I think Milton Keynes would be the furthest point from the sea. Like Loading... Enter this into streetmap or multimap to see it on a map.
Geography features. Benjamin Gravestock, Ashby de la Zouch, England I have always thought, and my rough calculations with map and compass confirm this; that the furthest point from the sea in Britain is a place called Cross-in-Hand which is, incidentally, where the Roman roads, the Watling St, and the Fosse Way, cross.
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Did theologians ever really debate the number of angels that could dance on the head of a pin? Crikey get a ruler out!
It is actually just south of Church Flatts Farm, Coton. As bad luck would have it, I live in a long forgotten place called Tamworth. They just don't know what they're on about! So, somewhere in Greater Manchester could be in the running.