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Name:Telegraph Hill
Hill number:5420
Height:267m / 876ft
Parent (Ma/M):2896  Lewesdon Hill
Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:Dorset (CoU)
Class:HuMP, Tump (200-299m)
(Hu,Tu,2)
Grid ref:ST 64445 05030
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:121m
Col:146m  ST451027  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 194
(1:25k) 117W

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    Logged Descriptions  (logged by 26 users)ByDate of Ascent
    Boring. One of those that makes you feel a bit of an anorak for doing it.clivevilla04/12/2013
    The crop was at ground level so had a good look around. The summit seemed to be along the hedge bank in the vicinity of a holly tree, as per the GR. I also visited the Gore Hill Trig which appeared to be the highest point on that part of the hill.Chris Peart01/01/2013
    An extremely windy day. Needed to do a trespass into a barley field to gain the summit, but quite close to the field boundary so no crop damage done.jonglew16/06/2012
    Parked just across from the top in the fieldchrisbien22/05/2012
    Parked on verge and then through a gap in the hedge. I thought the highest point was somewhere on the hedge bank but I guess that's a man made feature.Herbert Anchovy14/05/2012
    Verge parking at entrance to bridleway at ST 64515 04928David Gradwell01/04/2012
    A flat bare cultivated hill with limited viewsarranc13/01/2012
    Easy parking on rhb to East. Closest to summit 40m as in the centre of wheat field. Almost flat anyway.destaylor04/08/2011
    At listed GR the GPS showed 265m and the ground was obviously higher at ST 64567 05197 where the reading was 269m. seemed even higher land over by shooting tower at corner of a wood and sure enough at ST 64765 05442 got a reading of 672m. All cultivatedsignyred31/01/2011
    CGC weekend away, cycling to Chnatmarlevicki.sellick02/05/2009
    again just up road from a trigpointRhayader_wander17/07/2006
    dullish arable field, OK view. 7aug and/or sep02. arable field W from rd bend RHW07/08/2002
    RobertP22/12/2014
    David Rawden25/06/2013
    Colin Crawford12/03/2013
    chalky195322/11/2012
    jimbloomer30/10/2012
    George Gradwell01/04/2012
    DARRENG27/11/2011
    mae04/10/2011
    GordonAdshead23/07/2011
    AndyS22/01/2011
    andrew brown22/08/2010
    Martin R14/08/2010
    stevent080916/03/2008
    Edwin Gradwell06/08/2004