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Name:Wick Hill
Hill number:15881
Height:103m / 338ft
Parent (Ma):2288  Craig y Llyn
RHB Section:32C: Neath to Chepstow
County/UA:Vale of Glamorgan (UA)
Catchment:Ogmore, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SS923719 (est)
Col:59m  SS971746  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 170
(1:25k) 151W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked next to the village green and kiddies playground. Summit field full of incredibly friendly sheep, bordering on the precocious.Campbell Singer25/11/2018
Found the spider & FBless trig. Just at end of pavilion.ngthack22/08/2018
The moved trig was a great find by Jon and its been on my list to pay it a visit ever since. A group of ladies were meeting in the club house and must have wondered what I was doing going around the back. I gave them a friendly wave! I then did a circuit of the pitch to bag the TuMP.Father Ted11/04/2017
Revisit to bag the Tump with Iain Brown and the moved lost trig point.Dugswell215/03/2017
From Monknash, walked around both field and rugby pitch.welshyboyo02/01/2017
Went for the rugby pitch although could be the arable field to S. Took a good walk round the pitch, luckily, as chanced upon the 'destroyed' trig pillar!jonglew20/12/2016
Bagged the playing field high point first then into the nearby field for completeness and to photograph the Blue Texel sheep.Dugswell220/10/2016
Parked near playing field. HP either in pasture or on FP that passes alongside the rugby pitch. I favoured the former as being marginally higher.PeterD03/10/2016
Parked by the school in Wick followed the footpath past on old windmill into a playing field highest point difficult to assessTony Hartry14/09/2016
Access from west via RoW. Pasture.Adrian21/02/2016
Tony J18/03/2018