Frith Hill

Frith Hill is a hill in and has an elevation of 292 feet. Frith Hill is situated nearby to , and close to .

Notable Places in the Area

Museum
is a local museum in , a town in , .The museum covers the local history of Godalming and the surrounding area in Surrey. is situated 2,700 feet south of Frith Hill.

Church
is a non-conformist formed in 1977 of a union of the local Methodist and URC churches. is situated 2,000 feet southeast of Frith Hill. Photo: Hassocks5489, CC0.

Church
The Church of St. Peter and St. Paul is a parish church of the Church of England in , . is situated 2,100 feet south of Frith Hill. Photo: Hassocks5489, CC0.

Railway station
is a stop on the Portsmouth Direct Line, 34 miles 37 chains down the line from . is situated 2,500 feet southwest of Frith Hill. Photo: Murgatroyd49, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Localities in the Area

Suburb
, historically Fernecome, is a village and peripheral settlement of in Waverley, Surrey, England and is approximately 0.8 miles north-east of the Godalming centre, separated by common land known as the Lammas Lands. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 2.0.

is an ancient English market town sitting on the River Wey, in , . Photo: Simon Burchell, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Village
is the civil parish and large village which is south west of in , England… is situated 2 miles southwest of Frith Hill. Photo: George R, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Frith Hill

Latitude
51.1924° or 51° 11' 32.8" north
Longitude
-0.6131° or 0° 36' 47.3" west
Open Location Code
9C3X59RP+XP
Elevation
292 feet (89 metres)
Geo­Names ID
10377338

Also Known As

  • Cebuano: Frith Hill
  • Dutch: Frith Hill
  • Swedish: Frith Hill

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