Counties in Central England
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County of Cheshire
County of Cheshire Cheshire is a scenic and picturesque county of grand and rugged landscapes, gorges and river valleys, and hills that rise to over 600 metres. It has a short coastline on the Irish Sea and is bordered by seven other English counties.
County of Derbyshire Derbyshire, with scenery and landscapes varying from the bleak moors of the Peak District to the pastoral meadows in the south, and from the crowded areas on the north border to the romantic loveliness of Dovedale, provides as many striking contrasts as any county in England.
County of Staffordshire Between Lichfield and Stafford stretches Cannock Chase, and in the north-west the attractive Moorlands region, adjoining and resembling the Derbyshire Peak District. Staffordshire is the county of Dr. Johnson and Izaak Walton, one side of Dovedale belongs to it.
County of Warwickshire Warwickshire is a county in central England often referred to as the Heart of England. It has beautiful countryside and landscapes, and the River Avon winds through a broad, flat valley with attractive scenery and views. The river flows through many orchards full of pink and white blossoms in springtime, until it crosses into Worcestershire.