Continuing with this week’s theme of landscapes, Three Shires Head is a remote beauty spot high in the moors of the Peak District National Park. It is called Three Shires Head because the boundaries, marked by streams, of the three counties of Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire meet. The nearby little village of Flash is in Staffordshire and, at 463m above sea level, is the highest village in England.

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