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Interestingly the traditional understandings of what was the centre of the country in both Roman & Medieval times, and again in the 21C, are all relatively close to each other. In Roman times the centre of the country was deemed to be where Watling Street crossed the Fosse Way (28 miles away from Meriden at High Cross in the outskirts of Leicester); whereas in 2002, the Ordnance Survey formally defined the Geographical Centre of England to be on Lindley Hall Farm, approximately 18 kilometres (11 mi) further north east of Meriden and four miles north of Nuneaton, just off the A5) at Fenny Drayton , Leicestershire. [8] In 2003 the Ordnance Survey went on to identify Church Flatts farm, approximately 35 kilometres (22 mi) north, at Coton in the Elms , southern Derbyshire, as the furthest point from the sea in Great Britain. [9] [10]

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