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Name:St Catherine's Island
Hill number:19053
Height:30.3m / 99ft
Parent (Ma):2224  Brandy Hill
RHB Section:31C: South-West Wales
County/UA:Pembrokeshire [Sir Benfro] (CoU)
Island:Non Tump island (t)
Maritime area:South Wales - Carmarthen Bay
Class:Unclassified
(Un)
Grid ref:SN 13982 00302
Summit feature:outcrop
Drop:29.3m
Col:1m  SN 1382 0035  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 158
(1:25k) OL36E
Comments:Deleted from SIBs in January 2016. Col 1.0m by LIDAR.
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 10 users)ByDate of Ascent
Entrance Fee now £3.50DC11main01/08/2019
Visited with Adrian on the last day of opening, has to close permanently. Following Myrddyn Phillips contacting him Pete Prosser had measured down from roof to highpoint, 0.9m. He'd previously measured up from the 22.07m osbm to roof. Conclusion was a few cm above 31m for highest rock at E end so seems a reliable figure. We were taken up and able to look down on the hp less than 1m below us. Tidal range (at Milford Haven) was 3.4m at date of visit suggesting +/-1.7m wrt OD Newlyn. Opened at 6pm which was about mid-tide and col already exposed suggesting col say +0.5m as an approximation. Update - it just missed out on Tumpdom)RHW27/08/2016
Saw HP at close quarters from roof level. With RHW. Thanks to assistance from Myrddyn.P for contacting the leaseholders.Adrian27/08/2016
Bagged on my return from Caldey Island and well worth the entry fee lets hope that planning permission is granted so I can return and take in the view from the roof.Dugswell223/07/2016
Paid entrance fee and inspected the fort.With Bridget and Oscar.catman01/10/2015
With Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie01/10/2015
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge01/10/2015
Victorian fort (completed 1870) tops the island, which is known locally as St Catherine's Rock. 2 rivet benchmarks for BM baggers. Island opened to public in 2014, first time since the zoo relocated in 1979. £3.50 adult entrance fee.jonglew06/06/2015
A place I went to a lot while on family holiday in 1994. Recreated the end of Highlander with plastic swords in the bandstand.DanHolme01/08/1994
Robert Kemp13/05/2019