Red Hill is one of the highest points in the county of Hampshire, England. It is part of the Hampshire Downs and rises to 221 metres (725 ft) above sea level. Red Hill lies on the edge of the in the village of Chawton in Hampshire. There is a fire tower at the highest point.

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  • Red Hill is one of the highest points in the county of Hampshire, England. It is part of the Hampshire Downs and rises to 221 metres (725 ft) above sea level. Red Hill lies on the edge of the in the village of Chawton in Hampshire. There is a fire tower at the highest point. (en)
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  • Red Hill is one of the highest points in the county of Hampshire, England. It is part of the Hampshire Downs and rises to 221 metres (725 ft) above sea level. Red Hill lies on the edge of the in the village of Chawton in Hampshire. There is a fire tower at the highest point. (en)
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