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Name:Coed Darcy
Hill number:18904
Height:80.4m / 264ft
Parent (Ma):2284  Mynydd Drumau
RHB Section:32B: Carmarthen to Vale of Neath
County/UA:Neath Port Talbot (CoU)
Catchment:Neath, Catchment Boundaries
Grid ref:SS 71150 95553
Summit feature:no feature: ground on footway
Col:53m  SS712592  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 170
(1:25k) 165
Comments:Tump deletion February 2019 from OS Maps, LIDAR and site visits
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GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 7 users)ByDate of Ascent
By number 92 or 94.Adrian16/12/2018
South side of road. No access problems. HP almost opposite Lle Crymlyn.PeterD29/08/2018
Development progressing well, plenty of houses occupied. Top is just about the middle of Ffordd y Rhostir (Heathland Way).jonglew09/02/2017
From sw as per Dusty but hp is S footway of new road currently behind barrier but will shortly be easy access. Appears to be at natural hp although may have been modified pre or post refineryRHW14/08/2016
Intriguing name for a hill. Just managed to find what felt like the highesty point in the new construction site.GordonAdshead14/05/2015
Refinery gone. Top of hill considerably changed. Broken security fence gave me access to area now being developed for housing. Piles of soil, gravel and waste materials litter the ridge. Walked length of ridge from old cliff face (possibly quarry) in the east to the tree covered western end. Not sure exactly where the top is. Soon to be streets of houses.Dusty02/11/2014