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Name:Beeston Bump
Hill number:17476
Height:63m / 207ft
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:TG 16790 43301
Summit feature:ground 4m E of trig point
Col:27m  TG170430  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 133
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 72 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Solo.Dangerous Dave12/10/2018
Short walk from road to SW along path in morning mist. trig by a number of seats. Could hear the sea but not see it.PeterD13/04/2018
Walked up from Sheringham on a dry day. An enjoyable walk and new paths have been put in place.dave-harris01/04/2018
Having travelled all the way from Leicestershire to complete Norfolk, I find the fp closed for repairs. I boldly trod up the barricaded path and explained my predicament. The workmen said they hadn't seen me (must have been the fog) so I reached the top. No view due to the fog.Campbell Singer16/03/2018
West Runton to Sheringham (Proposed expedition heavily reduced due to unanticipated rail engineering delay).Smudge28/01/2018
Layby parking on A149 to south east at start of PRoWmart079728/08/2017
Street parking nearby, then short walk along Norfolk Coast Path. Nice little hill with good views.Crib Goch15/06/2017
From CP on seafront while eating chips.KC20/05/2017
Bagged whilst visiting Sheringham by North Norfolk Railway.Ramblingpaul11/05/2017
Circular of Beeston Bump, Incleborough Hill and Beacon Hill. Starting and finishing in The Lobster Inn, Sheringham.BobHancock27/04/2017
From the Funky Mackeral in a blizzard.jenx13/01/2017
With Jenx from parking in Sheringham by the Funky Mackerel café. Walked the CP in a near blizzard! Snowed out on top, glad to retreat to the café for a hot drink, just like the Cairngorms it was!!nordicstar13/01/2017
Massive wind farm out to sea, where it should be. Not on top of a hill.ngthack22/09/2016
Warm sunny morning.Dugswell203/09/2016
Lovely weather and great views along the coast from the top. Good display boards explaining its wartime role. Then walked back to NT car park at Beacon hill with Michael.One man Bucket 23/07/2016
With GFE on Bromptons. Cycled from Cromer. Very windy.Fionalevey30/05/2016
Easily parked at W end of hill track; just S of G in GroynesGordonAdshead14/03/2015
With Dorothy, Colin, Steph and her parents. On the way to Beacon Hill. An interesting little top with lovely views along the coast and an interesting wartime history.callumorr15/08/2014
I walked over this pleasant hillock on the coast path a few hundred metres east of Sheringham with Smoky and Ella. Given its diminutive height I was surprised to find it on
Approximate date. I've walked over this hill many times, had no idea it was logable until now!Richard Lawrenc03/03/2014
Have walked over this loads of times whilst staying in Sheringham - lovely evening stroll out from town, down through the nature reserve to the east, over the railway then back through a series of "village greens" into town again.wheresthepath08/05/2013
After bagging the county top, came down across the railway line, through the nature reserve, and up over the top. According to the TV prog 'COAST', there was some kind of special listening station on top of here. You get some nice arctic weather too!DanHolme12/04/2013
cold coastal walkDenise 23/02/2013
Visited on a trip thrpough East Anglia bagging hills and trigs, staying at Sherringham YHA. Pleasant walk up on the last morning before returning home; suprisingly good views for just 62m.jonglew11/11/2012
Excellent hill - for NorfolkBramley25/05/2012
Walked up from Sheringham, bagged Beeston Bump trig and Norfolks county top Beacon Hill.DanTrig13/08/2011
Staying in Sheringham with church youth group - got up at dawn for a clifftop walk which conveniently took me over the top of one of the only hills in Norfolk!Mark Jackson12/10/2008
After doing the Norfolk County Top - Beacon Hill. This was in fact the better hill; trig and benches on top and quite good views.Aye Jimmy16/06/2008
During walk from Pretty Cornercitygent20/09/2007
on Sheringham to Cromer cliff top path, with Graham and Steve.pwheeler23/03/1996
From nearby streets up to the trig point at the summitMariana Trench27/04/1994
Whilst on a clifftop walk as part of our hols.moorsman09/08/1985
andrew brown11/09/2015
Lionel Bidwell29/03/2015
Susan Bidwell29/03/2015