Highest peaks in the English ceremonial counties

What is the name of the highest peaks in each of the English ceremonial counties
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Last updated: July 16, 2013
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County
Highest Point
Bedfordshire
Dunstable Downs
Berkshire
Walbury Hill
City of Bristol
Lodge Hill
Buckinghamshire
Haddington Hill
Cambridgeshire
Great Chishill
Cheshire
Shining Tor
Cornwall
Brown Willy
Cumbria
Scafell Pike
Derbyshire
Kinder Scout
Devon
High Willhays
Dorset
Lewesdon Hill
Durham
Mickle Fell
East Riding of Yorkshire
Bishop Wilton Wold
East Sussex
Ditchling Beacon
Essex
Chrishall Common
Gloucestershire
Cleeve Hill
Greater London
Westerham Heights (North East sholder)
Greater Manchester
Black Chew Head
Hampshire
Pilot Hill
Herefordshire
Black Mountain
Hertfordshire
Pavis Wood (North East shoulder)
Isle of Wight
St Boniface Down
Kent
Betsom's Hill
Lancashire
Green Hill
County
Highest Point
Leicestershire
Bardon Hill
Lincolnshire
Normanby le Wold Top
City of London
Junction of High Holborn and Chancery Lane
Merseyside
Billinge Hill
Norfolk
Beacon Hill
North Yorkshire
Whernside
Northamptonshire
Arbury Hill
Northumberland
The Cheviot
Nottinghamshire
Silverhill
Oxfordshire
Whitehorse Hill
Rutland
Cold Overton Park
Shropshire
Brown Clee Hill
Somerset
Dunkery Beacon
South Yorkshire
High Stones
Staffordshire
Cheeks Hill (South West shoulder)
Suffolk
Great Wood Hill
Surrey
Leith Hill
Tyne and Wear
Currock Hill
Warwickshire
Ebrington Hill
West Midlands
Turners Hill
West Sussex
Blacks Down
West Yorkshire
Black Hill
Wiltshire
Milk Hill
Worcestershire
Worcestershire Beacon
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