The traditional centre-point of England is marked by this stone cross at Meriden, a village set midway between Birmingham and Coventry - all part of Warwickshire despite the meddling of bureaucrats
Cardinal points in Great Britain:
Meriden - Centre of England
Charing Cross - London - where mileage from London is meausre from and to.
Greenwich - Old Observatory - home of the meridian line - the centre of time.
The Ness at Lowestoff - most easterly point of Great Britain.
Berwick on Tweed - the most Northerly point of England
Allendale, Northumberland- the centre of Great Britain.
In 1842 it was recorded that Allendale was the centre of Great Britain. The latitude and longitude readings on the sundial on the church tower are said to substantiate this claim.