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Name:Pewlade Hill
Hill number:16912
Height:151m / 495ft
Parent (Ma):2836  Normanby Top [The Wolds]
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Lincolnshire (CoU)
Catchment:Wash, Catchment Boundaries
Watershed:Humber Estuary, The Wash
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:TF255828 (est)
Col:116m  TF275888  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 122
(1:25k) 282
Comments:also 151m spot heights at TF265811, TF268814 and TF270814 (19133 Pewlade Hill SE Top)
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 23 users)ByDate of Ascent
Unconvincing top. Highest point is man made reservoir top. The field to the east feels just as high. Worth the trip to see the last remaining radar dish in the next field.peebs27/01/2020
Final Lincs hill. Former RAF Stenigot. Parked at farm gate (TF 2574 8259). Walked along an old (mapped) tarmac road to far NW corner of the compound to view the old ACE High tropo dish (only 1 left of 4); HP seemed to be 30m or so N of the 151m spot height. Tall (350') mast is an OS trig, Grade II listed, constructed 1938 as a Chain Home radar station; more recently used by the RAF's Aerial Erectors as a training site. Old water tower also has a trig bolt on it.jonglew21/10/2019
Hopped over gate and along track to highest point. Solo.Dangerous Dave08/10/2019
Generally flat area of stubble fields next to military compound with aerial and old saucer radar dish. Great views but not very satisfying HP.Denise 14/09/2019
A fascinating area with good Woldland views but lacks any convincing natural high point. All very level.RichardM14/09/2019
Bridleway, hedge, gate, dishes, brick building. Flat area was bovine free at time of visit, explored for other Potential HPs. Went back directly to road.PeterD15/08/2018
Climbed up by way of the bridleway to the W. Got drenched in a downpour on the way back to the carDanMaisieBex20/05/2017
Parked by RAF aerial technician training mast. Walked down road west, then RoW north. East along hedge line to surreal dishes. Over gate & south along hedge to little brick hut.ngthack14/06/2016
fabulous decaying big telescope dishes there.....But they're is also a twin summit height of same height in copse se of trig pillar 1.5km to the south eastvegibagger14/03/2016
Last but disappointing Lincolnshire TuMP. Entered bull ring as cows were at far end. Quick in and out. Reservoirs to east are higher but man made and very well fenced.Campbell Singer29/12/2015
As per AJBramley29/08/2015
A poor chioce for my last Lincolnshire Tump. Respected the Bull Beef warning on gate into mast compound and followed AJs route up to high point on track to the W and along field edge. 325 mile day. Home in 3 hoursGordonAdshead22/07/2015
Bridleway to SW of hill to reach field with dishes in. Took reading by hedge near small brick building but highest point could be almost anywhere, in field on other side of hedge even.Aye Jimmy10/05/2015
Used bridleway near Manor Hill to access this very wide flat summit with remains from RAF Stenigot where the dishes were once part of the NATO ACE HIGH communication system.Dugswell202/08/2014
dull wide flat summit. cross field from gateway on road W of summit RHW12/01/2002
Martin R15/04/2019
carole engel28/04/2018
andrew brown06/01/2017