Higham, Derbyshire

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Higham
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Greyhound pub and the main street
Higham is located in Derbyshire
Higham
Higham
Higham shown within Derbyshire
OS grid referenceSK391590
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Shire county
Region
CountryEngland
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townALFRETON
Postcode districtDE55
Dialling code01773
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53°07′37″N 1°25′01″W / 53.127°N 1.417°W / 53.127; -1.417Coordinates: 53°07′37″N 1°25′01″W / 53.127°N 1.417°W / 53.127; -1.417

Higham is a small village in Derbyshire, England. It is located on the B6013 and A61 roads. Nearby settlements include Shirland, Stretton, Alfreton and Clay Cross. It is in the civil parish of Shirland and Higham. Higham is a name of Saxon origin.

The village is home to the Crown Inn and the Greyhound public houses. The village does not have a church of its own, sharing St Leonards church with neighbouring Shirland.

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