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Name:Longbury Hill
Hill number:18585
Height:95m / 312ft
Parent (Ma):2916  Chanctonbury Ring [Chanctonbury Hill]
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:West Sussex (CoU)
Catchment:Adur, Catchment Boundaries, Arun
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:TQ 11147 14581
Summit feature:ground by oil tanks
Col:57m  TQ111135  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 198
(1:25k) OL10 121
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 9 users)ByDate of Ascent
Longbury Hill House. Initially missed turning off Vera's Walk, found it after back-tracking. Friendly owner, chatted for a short while. She referrd to previous logger in Feb and let me wander around.jonglew15/03/2016
Walked up steep driveway of Longbury Hill House and knocked on the door wondering what reception I would receive. Friendly owner was quite excited and intrigued to hear they lived on top of Lonbgbury Hill which was on a list of hills of West Sussex with 30m drop which I was visiting. One of the selling points when they bought the house was, they were told, that it was the highest house in Storrington. Owner stated that the summit had been leveled off (tut tut)to make a base for the house. Nobody else had previously come visiting (to her knowledge).Chris Pearson28/02/2016
HP is 2 heating oil tanks at w end of house. From se: driveway signed for Longbury Hill House plus 2 others.RHW24/01/2016
Return needed. 01/12/2014. Walked around the whole area of big expensive houses with big gardens. Summit as shown on 1:10000 map on Geograph is alongside Longbury (a house)at TQ 11177 14594 I walked half way up its steep drive to about the 90 metre contour at which point I could be seen from the house and so retreated. No access from the back due to other gardens / houses. Top is not as the photo shows on this website by the fence which is on the public footpath on SW spur (which is where summit icon is wrongly shown on map)Chris Pearson01/12/2014
Parked immediately to west. Took the signposted path. Difficult to work out the top due to private houses and gardens and foliage. Took summit to be on the path.destaylor23/06/2014
With: sb; Walked around common collecting pine ones with Samuel for Christmas. Date is approximate.Ian Baines13/12/1992