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Name:Watch Hill
Hill number:17895
Height:43m / 141ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
County/UA:Isles of Scilly (UA)
Maritime area:Isles of Scilly
Class:Tump (0-99m), SIB
Grid ref:SV 88020 15244
Summit feature:ground adjacent to block built structure
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 203
(1:25k) 101
Observations:Shipman Head Down is lower
Survey:Abney level
Comments:Tump relocated from Shipman Head Down (June 2013)
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 34 users)ByDate of Ascent
During family hols. Walked across from Tesco on 1 of few days annually when tide completely out. Food stalls and small band playing on the middle strip while tide was outmazz01/09/2019
Last of Bryher hills on a wt day. Good views across to Tresco.PeterD27/06/2017
First of the three hills, good path to the top from pier.Buteobuteo30/08/2016
access from behind Island Fish on Bryher. Unattractive breeze block daymark on top.Denise 19/07/2016
Best by path from the north. Topped by a nasty crude day mark and walls overgown with brambles.RichardM19/07/2016
It was a tough walk up this path in the sunshine but my mummy and daddy encouraged me to complete the climb. The ice cream in the Fraggle Rock Bar afterwards was worth it. Even my nanny and granddad managed to bag this tump too :-)Seumas Kerr06/07/2016
Second ascent of this island high point. This time with Sarah, her mum, her dad and Seumas. I also nipped over to Hangman Island and did Shipman Head Down (which used to be the island highpoint on hillbagging)assynt_bob06/07/2016
Stone in grass E side of breeze block structure (navigation day mark?) seems to be hp of rather level grassy summit. Also an OS trig (rivet) which is a passive station for the GPS network. Second time here.RHW05/07/2016
With MarionAdrian\'s jacket05/07/2016
Bagged summit and OS rivet with Rob for a multi TUMP island completion. So off to the pub for a large ice cream and a pint of bitter shandy.Dugswell205/07/2016
Round of the Bryer hills after landing at Eastern jetty. Off from beach to Sth. Lovely island.nordicstar05/07/2016
A late addition to schedule after finding that Shipman Head Down had been superseded as the P30.Smudge05/05/2016
Last of Bryher's 4 tumps, the most easterly, overlooking The Town, and the least impressive, capped with it's modern looking 'monument'. OS passive stn found on summit plateau.jonglew14/09/2014
From landing. Up road then turned onto a track on left just after the post office and gallery and before the cafe.destaylor25/05/2014
Nipped up this one on a day trip to Bryhermoorsman09/08/2005
Mike Backler11/04/2019
Tony S06/04/2017
Lorna S06/04/2017
Alex C05/07/2016
David Purchase15/04/2013
Alan Whatley08/10/1983