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Name:Church Hill
Hill number:19157
Height:41m / 135ft
Parent (Ma):2900  Dundry Down
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:North Somerset (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
(Tu,0)
Grid ref:ST 39526 70919
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:35m
Col:6m  ST399710  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 171 172
(1:25k) 153
Observations:flat summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 35 users)ByDate of Ascent
Up from church to top with good viewsBramley12/09/2019
Great viewsjgg196427/08/2019
From the pub but parked in the street.Chris Peart04/10/2018
With Barbara and Charlie. Parked in the kiddies’ park cp. Charlie had several goes on the big boys’ slide before ascending the “mountain”. Excellent viewpoint over the Severn to Cardiff and Penarth.Campbell Singer25/09/2018
Up and down the slide in the park a few times just to warm up for the climb. With Grandma’ and Pop.Charlie Singer25/09/2018
CP is £1 for an hour. Enabled play in the excellent kiddies’ park and wander up to the top from lido/pub. Great viewpoint.Barbara Singer25/09/2018
Dry.Dugswell209/09/2018
Little hill with a cliff facing the Bristol channel cradling a church and cemeteries in its SE side bowlvegibagger24/07/2018
Up and down from the pub.Moorponder20/06/2018
2/5 (Banwell Plain/Church Hill/Dial Hill/Walton Castle/Court Hill)Fergalh22/12/2017
From Lido in pitch black to flattish grassy summit with surprisingly good views out to sea. Parked on road as carpark expensive. Clevedon in a nice place for a tump walk.Denise 24/11/2017
From the E, up steps through trees to open grassy ridge, public access. Dark so limited views.RichardM24/11/2017
as for Clivevillaarranc04/07/2017
Parked by St Andrews Church in Old Church Road and went up the obvious path at the side. Great views for such a tiddler.clivevilla19/05/2017
From estate, very busy on warm spring afternoon.rhalstead25/03/2017
From Old Church Road via St Andrew's Church to the flat ground at the summitMariana Trench12/03/2017
From St Andrew's. I thought this the best of the Clevedon Tumps. Nice views of the Severn if you wander around enough.Herbert Anchovy05/10/2016
From churchRamblingpaul24/08/2016
A circuit of this little headland is a popular walk and there are plenty of options to detour to the summit.milimana04/06/2016
From ENE, car park, Wains 4m lower not visitedRHW23/04/2016
Wain's Hill Fort and Church Hill both visited. From their tops they look pretty similar in height.Dusty16/03/2016
Parked on street to the south and waked up past the church.Swindon Bagger28/01/2016
Clevedon to Tickenham.Smudge07/11/2015
From ChurchGordonAdshead23/10/2015
Easy ascent from the church, initially on tarmac path, then on track. Would be good views, but low cloud today.PeterD21/10/2015
From St Andrew's Church on circuit round Wain's Hill Fort with 2-yr old grandson No 2.jonglew04/09/2015
Adrian11/06/2018
abbo000108/04/2018
andrew brown18/08/2017
NickDelaney15/08/2017
Martin R19/03/2017
stevent080909/07/2016
DanKanaris25/03/2016
LydiaB25/03/2016
lblackwoo01/03/1971