Piff's Elm

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Piff's Elm is the local name for part of the English parish of Elmstone-Hardwicke. It is effectively a hamlet, and is near Hardwicke, Uckington, and Junction 10 of the M5 motorway in Gloucestershire. The similarly named Withybridge is also nearby.

Tombs commemorating the Piff family, first recorded in the 16th century, lie in the churchyard of Elmstone-Hardwicke's St Mary Magdalene church. The elm itself was felled in 1844.

Coordinates: 51°56′0″N 2°8′40″W / 51.93333°N 2.14444°W / 51.93333; -2.14444