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Name:Church Hill
Hill number:16954
Height:47m / 154ft
Parent (Ma):2833  Bishop Wilton Wold
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Yorkshire E Riding (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SE 82206 38839
Summit feature:no feature: ground in field just E of hedge
Col:7m  SE844388  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 106
(1:25k) 291
Observations:mound by mast (SE 82195 38696) of similar height but man-made; gates to graveyard (SE 82143 38876 and SE 82104 38902) may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 37 users)ByDate of Ascent
Church Hill from GR: SE 82050 38919ronaldo33322/02/2020
Church Hill from GR: SE 82050 38919Hippster22/02/2020
Last of 4 Tumps on 47-mile cycle ride from Brough to Howden.IanHHill29/03/2018
Tump bagging afternoon from holiday cottage near Bridlington, parked by church.citygent27/03/2018
Far-reaching views for zero effortpeebs27/11/2017
Church access is off the very busy A614. Tarmac access road - signed Historic Church - to church car park best approached from Eastcarole engel25/11/2017
Driving east on the A613, was just thinking it didn't look remotely like the sort of place to find a hill - then I found one. Parked at Harswell turn-off. Lovely little tump with peaceful graveyard. Shame the church was locked; sad sign of the times. 19 degrees, overcast.Wycombe Wanderer20/09/2017
Good view this eveningMoorponder19/08/2017
Churchill. Ohhh yesMartin R04/03/2017
Solo. Came back for a wander around the churchyard. Parked up the hill, outside church.Dangerous Dave23/01/2017
on a 5 mile walk around the areajoseph mitchell10/01/2017
Fine spot for a church but burials might be a bit draughty.Some good views.With Oscar.catman20/12/2016
With Catman.oscarrosie20/12/2016
This is the best Tump summit in the East Riding of Yorkshire so well worth visiting all the likely summit alternatives.Dugswell217/12/2016
Car bagging with Dugswell.Smudge17/12/2016
Drove up to beautiful and extensive churchyard. Man made bunker is HP but natural HP seems to be at the south east of the churchyard. Military graves are all from Bomber Command. Soberingly young men.Campbell Singer21/04/2016
A point in the church yard seemed highest in my opinionAdrian07/02/2016
Walked up to the church from the road. Mound by mast higher but must be man made, otherwise the spot to the east of the hedge looks the likely high point. Looks like the graveyard has been extended to include this hedge.yorkie18/01/2016
From church. Another Tump with an ROC nuclear monitoring bunker on top. ( See also Mellor Moor 16726 & Weighton Wold 16915). Full list of these Cold War monitoring posts on Wikipedia.ngthack20/12/2015
Lovely graveyard with well tended graves of WW2 RAF personnelRamblingpaul20/09/2015
Parked by Church mound by mast highest but probably man made. Good viewsPeterD20/09/2015
What a magnificent view point. The only hill riding from the plain.Drax and Ferrybridge power stations fields of rape seed and poppies. Wonderfulvegibagger11/07/2015
Solo.Dangerous Dave19/03/2015
Southernmost graveyard probably has highest ground (or field just to east) but several contenders including 2m mound (presumably artificial) beside mast to south. Just after dark: one grave candle-lit, another with LEDs commemorating a 10-year-old's grave. This completes my East Riding P30s.RHW14/02/2015
Excellent views. Number of candidates,but area round mast looks slightly higherBramley27/09/2014
Parked by church to north.Jacqdaw15/08/2014
Drove up to the church and had a wander about. Highest point appears to be bunker and mast rather than in the church grounds.Aye Jimmy14/08/2014
On a bitterly cold and sleeting January day I was delighted to discover that the church on top of the hill has a car park, Look for the signs to it (hard to spot). Highest spot is near mast.moorsman31/01/2014
I haven't done very well at finding new Tumps to be added to the list: as of 2015, my only two suggestions have been the unlikely combination of Church Hill and the West Lothian bings. We were in the habit of driving past this one on the way to and from my darling wife's parents at Burnby, and it looks like a proper little hill. Its direct parent is Great Wold.Pete R24/12/2011
Ben Rinnes28/03/2018
Alan Caine16/12/2017
andrew brown13/02/2017
Mark Sims08/09/2015