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Name:Higher Heysham
Hill number:16349
Height:42m / 138ft
Parent (Ma):2682  Hutton Roof Crags
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Lancashire (CoU)
Catchment:Kent, Catchment Boundaries, Lune
Class:Tump (0-99m)
(Tu,0)
Grid ref:SD 41827 61462
Summit feature:ground by fence at far end of back garden
Drop:36m
Col:6m  SD446645  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 96 97
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 44 users)ByDate of Ascent
back garden of number 23 accessed with permission of ownercolinfielding05/11/2019
End of Seymour Grove good enough for me on a damp & dark November evening after watching Orient at Morecambe.agentmancuso02/11/2019
Permission given to visit back garden where high point is small area of grass on ridgeline beside boundary fence. (I wasn't the first to ask) Good views.RichardM23/08/2019
Knocked and asked, chanced it a bit as it was dark and after 5pm but after explaining my mission owners happy for me to wander round their back garden by torch light. HP up by the rear fencing.jonglew26/11/2018
Ventured a few feet up the drive of No. 23 but no further.Campbell Singer03/11/2018
carole engel03/09/2018
The summit appeared to me to be in the garden of number 23 Walker Grove. The front door was open so I went in and upstairs to the master bedroom, where I looked out of the window to try and determine the highest point. To cover all possibilities I stood on the bed as it was as high as I could reasonably get and then a woman came in and started screaming. Then a man came in and took a most unnecessarily confrontational tone with me so I gave them a piece of my mind and descended by the same route. If that's how they treat walkers round these parts, I for one will certainly not be revisiting this hill.Wycombe Wanderer12/08/2018
End of road with new houses just makes it into the area within the highest contour. High point probably in a back garden.ijpowell23/03/2018
Revisit to view the new houses in Seymour Grove built in 2015. Number 29 is currently for sale for £530,000.Dugswell224/02/2018
Dave Geere10/12/2017
Lancaster-Colloway Hill-Overton Trig-Heysham Ferry Terminal-Higher Heysham-Morecambe. With Bert and Reg. HP looks to be in garden of one of the houses on Walker Grove, but the highest point without setting on foot on someone's garden or driveway seemed to be in the new houses at the top of Seymour Grove. Walking up those two streets and Ridge Grove was sufficient for me.campagvelocet21/11/2017
Got as near to top as possible without trespassing.Good view of Ingleborough from street.With Bridget,Lily,Oscar and Bonnie.catman17/09/2017
With Bridget,Lily,Catman and Bonnie.oscarrosie17/09/2017
With Catman,Lily,Oscar and Bonnie.rosiebridge17/09/2017
With Grandma,Ali,Oscar and Bonnie.lilyrosieives17/09/2017
Longwojo17/09/2017
ScaSey01/09/2017
mae09/07/2017
on our way for a coastal wanderbardolph09/04/2017
On way to a meeting in MorecambeBramley13/03/2017
Had planned to do something more adventurous but Storm Doris persuaded me to change my plan. Yes, the top appears to be in a garden. I also did most of the height by bus from Lancastertrimarc223/02/2017
andrew brown26/08/2016
GaryJones05/08/2016
Another pointless bag!! Far from ideal arriving here at 10.30 at night and pacing up and down the road but not being able to see the house number 3 and 7 do assume23 must be one of the bungalows ....at least I'm very early for my ferryvegibagger21/07/2016
As people have mentioned, the actual summit is in someone's garden/driveway but I had a lovely walk around the area.JasmineS18/06/2016
ngthack08/05/2016
Caught bus most of way 'up', and walked around the houses, figuratively and literally. Not such a pointless Tump when combined with a visit to the Saxon church on the headland.DanHolme30/10/2015
Chester14/06/2015
Back garden of No 23. Several metres higher than old resr/new houses and c.4m higher than Walker Grove carriageway highpoint.RHW18/04/2015
Whole area between Seymour Grove and Walker Grove under construction of houses and completely closed on Christmas Eve!Aye Jimmy24/12/2014
Jim B21/11/2014
Building siteGordonAdshead19/11/2014
OS spot height is in back garden of 33 Walker Grove - but this probably lower than 23's - however could be the natural summit prior to lots of concreting of gardens.jimbloomer24/10/2014
stevent080918/01/2014
trianglegirl01/01/2014
Top is a reservoir which I had a look at with martin Richardson from Seymour Grove and Fell View. fellsidehomes.co.uk are due to build seven four bedroom homes here so may come back to view from an upstairs window of the show home.Dugswell208/12/2013
Who cares?Martin R08/12/2013
Top is a reservoir and/or someone's garden!! Typical uninspiring Tump :>(citygent27/06/2013
AdyGray24/04/2012
Housing estate - good wander round including going up someone's drive!Alan Caine08/05/2011
ScaSey01/10/2010
While working.MorecambeMonkey27/05/2010
Ridiculous, sat my driving test here in the 70's!mick01/07/1976
Argentum6601/01/1966