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Name:Meir Heath
Hill number:16691
Height:255.7m / 839ft
Parent (Ma):2825  The Cloud
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Staffordshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SJ 92848 40287
Summit feature:not recorded
Col:193m  SJ928423  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 118
(1:25k) 258
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 42 users)ByDate of Ascent
With my dad.TLBW17/04/2019
Water tower gates was as close as I was getting. Walked with Toby.Wheelsy17/04/2019
3 options. Parachute, pole vault, or just walk up to the gates and count it as good as. There is, on OS Maps ( but not Geograph) a larger 255 m ring contour overlapping back gardens and the SE corner of the grounds of St Francis church ( where the UA boundary is ).Chris Pearson06/04/2019
Reservoir gates looked about as high as anywhere.jonglew28/03/2019
I had a walk up to near the gates of the water tower.Alancache31/01/2019
Drive by while in the area.BobHancock01/05/2018
Short walk to the reservoir gates.Dugswell214/01/2018
Close as possible to water towerRoguePulsar05/12/2017
Dropped out of car en route to county top.Barbara Singer12/11/2017
Reservoir track, as othersMoorponder10/08/2017
From layby, short walk up and to gates.rhalstead26/03/2017
Short walk to Reservoir gatesPeterD30/12/2016
Walked up to the (locked) reservoir gates.David Evans05/11/2016
Pretty much a drive up. Visited water tower gates like previous baggers.davidpettit8423/10/2016
Reservoir gates.clivevilla22/07/2016
Water tower gates. Not exactly exciting.Campbell Singer11/07/2016
Parked at layby just down the hill, walked up to the reservoir gates, took reading and photos, then round to St Francis's Church for the boundary summit.Aye Jimmy27/03/2016
As boundary top. The things we do for our passions!stig_nest21/12/2015
Reservoir gates seem as likely as any other optionBramley13/11/2015
255co on 1:10k map at SJ 92787 40129 is the covered resr itself. Viewing from reservoir gate suggests nothing significantly higher than gate.RHW20/12/2014
By St Francis church.arranc05/06/2014
When bagging the 'county top'.DanHolme28/04/2011
Turns out I had done this since the change of locationsimon and co06/04/2010
While looking for Stoke UA topwebmaster12/04/2005
Richard Gunn18/08/2019
carole engel11/02/2018
Alan Caine26/12/2015
Neil Haslewood09/10/2015
andrew brown09/06/2015
Mark Sims14/09/2012