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Name:Highfield Hill
Hill number:17470
Height:73m / 239ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Norfolk (CoU)
Catchment:Wash, Catchment Boundaries
Watershed:The Wash
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:TM101935 (est)
Col:43m  TM080984  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 144
(1:25k) 237E
Comments:71m spot height at TM110933
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 27 users)ByDate of Ascent
The South Pole of the Tump bagging world reached only by the most driven of baggers who have endured travelling across endless miles of flatness to reach something that looks exactly the same as everywhere else. I half expected to find a wind tattered Norwegian flag awaiting my arrival. Unlike the real South Pole I suspect no one has, or ever will, walk 800 miles to get here, and then back again (with or without huskies). However I imagine the words ‘Is this it?’ are often uttered at both places.Chris Pearson22/04/2019
Parked at social club, up road into field, along edge to top.Bramley11/04/2019
Besthorpe to Attleborough. Even in downtown Norfolk busses turn up in pairs (one of them 30 minutes late).Smudge08/03/2019
Parked at Carleton Rode village hall, up Mill Road, and round field edgeFisky Boy19/06/2018
With Fisky BoyBrenda Cloke19/06/2018
Staying with friends. A wet day and they were happy staying in house. I popped out for an afternoon and managed this solitary hill.Dusty02/05/2018
From TM 1021.9322 along field edge then left to copse. Took readings at various places but all much of a muchness. Best bet corner of next field just through copse beyond pond.Aye Jimmy29/04/2018
From Mill road, along field edge to corner.PeterD12/04/2018
Around field edge from Mill Road.Campbell Singer16/03/2018
Apparent high point in NE corner of arable field, though the difference seemed no more than some clay under my boots. About 5 minutes each way from a spot with space to park, or Carleton Rode social club isn't much further away.Driftwood23/12/2017
Harvested cereal field to west with maize near high point in east field with fodder beet in front. I visited both.Dugswell202/09/2016
Took the field boundary from Mill Road directly to what is probably the HP at corner of arable field, but not easy to determine its position precisely.jonglew29/07/2016
In corner of winter wheat field.arranc01/05/2015
Parked in Mill Road: Up field edge to NE corner: Two small deer ran out of copse. Farmer turned up on his quadbike and said that he thought the highest point was near Telegraph Farm at the site of the actual telegraph station. - I disagree.GordonAdshead15/03/2015
Date unknown. In a cereal field.Adrian01/01/2000
Martin R12/04/2019
Swindon Bagger18/08/2017
andrew brown24/08/2016