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Name:Egmere Hill
Hill number:17464
Height:80m / 262ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Norfolk (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:TF 91005 36674
Summit feature:no feature: ground near field corner
Col:48m  TF885333  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 132
(1:25k) 251
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 35 users)ByDate of Ascent
Space to park at entrance to field TF 9074 3675 (safer than using layby and walking along the road). Easy walk along field edge.PGCE27/05/2020
3rd tump of 6 today, after Knights Hill and Mount Hill. I parked up in layby at TF9088336992 where there is a ditch surrounded by trees. A walk up the road then across the field near 77m spot to then cross hedge boundary and onto track and highest point then back via trig pillar. Shooting was taking place around the copse to the Sw. Re-crossed hedge boundary and across field back along the road to the car. Onwards to Pigg's Grave...Dazingdale22/02/2020
A very hot sunny camomile scented day - from road took track along field edge past trig and on to summit.briandavies11/07/2019
Shared the summit with a live hedgehog, either sadly deaf and blind as it didnít seem to sense my presence, or else supremely confident in its spines to keep it safe. To the east lies the village Walsingham famous for is pilgrimages to the holy shrines in honour of the Virgin Mary.Chris Pearson22/04/2019
Walked up road from lay by. On past trig to summit.Bramley11/04/2019
Parked in lay by TF90884 87020 walked along road verge to second field entrance along farm track to trig & summit in field corner. Have driven past dozens of times & wasn't aware this was a high point.rogreeves16/11/2018
My wife kept the car safe at the field entrance on the road to the west (although there's plenty of room there) whilst I ran up the side of the field to the high point. There's a hint of views to the coast, although it'd be clutching at straws to claim this made it a nice hill!wheresthepath24/10/2018
Parked in area to NW, along field edge and across field to trig and then HP at field corner. Lone Goose seemed to be following me.PeterD13/04/2018
Pulled onto the track. I could have driven along but had spent so much time driving round Norfolk that I needed the short walk. From the west.Campbell Singer16/03/2018
HP at brambly field junction, accessed by wide sandy track with icy puddles to the south of the hedge. You pass a trig en route at the first field boundary. It is possible to park at track entrance or next track to N. Clouds had cleared revealing pink wintry skies.Denise 09/12/2017
From road on sandy farm track S side of hedge. Pass trig point to high point at bend in hedge.RichardM09/12/2017
Easy walk along field edge from W passing trig to field corner.Aye Jimmy27/09/2017
Up field boundary past trig to field corner, then legged it before heavy shower I could see coming.KC20/05/2017
Norfolk drive-by TumP bagging! Wildlife corridor at field edge followed. Trig visited.BobHancock27/04/2017
Parked just off road in gateway to field. Could have driven in. Walk up hedge line to trig and top beyond. Classic Norfolk ;-)nordicstar12/01/2017
Field corner then trig point on other side of hedge.Dugswell202/09/2016
With mike. Parked in entrance to field and walked along field boundary to trig point. 3mtr wide strip along edge of field has been left to grow wild to encourage insect and birdlife. 5th point and last one of our first full day of bagging.One man Bucket 23/07/2016
Little Walsingham to East Barsham. FWIW there does seem to be a slight rise E of the trig.Smudge26/03/2016
Supposedly by the corner of the field, who am I to argue with the OS? Didn't seem any higher than the trig though.jonglew22/01/2016
Visiting nearby trigstig_nest25/04/2015
Easy parking and simple walk up N side of field edge.GordonAdshead14/03/2015
By corner of fieldAdrian17/01/2013
Andy West15/11/2019
Martin R13/04/2019
andrew brown24/08/2016