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Name:Damerham Knoll
Hill number:18231
Height:132m / 433ft
Parent (Ma):2897  Win Green
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Hampshire (CoU)
Catchment:Avon & Stour
Class:Tump (100-199m), Clem
Grid ref:SU 09672 18698
Summit feature:mound
Col:81m  SU086203  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 184
(1:25k) OL22W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 14 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Rockbourne on FP with slight detour to visit trig first. Mound in woodland.PeterD04/08/2019
Evening stroll from Rockbourne.rhalstead31/03/2019
Stratford Tony to Downton.Smudge22/03/2019
Nice walk up from farm to east up track onto ridge , trig to south on minor top then along ridge into woods.Mark Sims23/02/2018
This area and nearby Cranborne Chase is a well studied prime prehistory landscape with neolithic long barrows 6000 yrs old (oldest monuments in Britain).In 2009 to archaeologists delight the rarity of a new untouched long barrow / tomb was found near Damerham, which is of national importance. The story gets better as one of the archaeologists when checking Windows Live Maps to find the car park to meet his colleagues noticed, to his astonishment, another new tomb a few hundred metres away. Almost as good as finding a new TuMP?Chris Pearson05/12/2016
After visiting trig of the same name with my birthday numbers s2807, wanted west to the tump summit that seemed to be on the fenced northern border of the woodland.vegibagger25/03/2016
On a round from Rockbourne taking in Whitsbury Castle Ditches also. On RoW from the village. Clear summit point on SW side wire fence in woodland.jonglew03/12/2014
nice walk from the village, summit in woodland on raised area close to fence.Adrian07/12/2013
pleasant hill, TP has fine view, summit in brambly beechwd edge. FP from tk @ 111183 RHW07/09/2002
andrew brown01/08/2018
carole engel20/02/2018