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Name:Portsea Island
Hill number:19109
Height:8m / 26ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Portsmouth (UA)
Island:Non Tump island
Maritime area:Hants & Dorset - Portsmouth & Wight
Grid ref:SU647019 (est)
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 196
(1:25k) OL3 OL29E 119
Comments:numerous alternative summits
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 25 users)ByDate of Ascent
visit to Dickens Housearranc24/09/2018
Just a local walkBuck01/10/2017
Parked up and tour a good few churches on Portsea Island.Dugswell207/09/2016
With Alan Holmes, visited all nine of the 8m spot heights marked on 1:10k map. Ironically highest point seems to be the main church ie St Marys, with benchmark at entrance having a ground level of 7.92m and church at highest point, ground level c.8.5m. The one outlier to SE by naval museum is on old road s of recreation ground, accessible. Details to followRHW26/02/2016
With Lesley (& Betty the Jack Russel) passing over 'high point; and house where Charles Dickens lived whilst walking the 2 miles from our car parked on a side street to the ferry for a 2 day attempt to backpack around the coast of I of W ( only made it half way in roasting sun).Chris Pearson02/05/2013
Approx date of visiting Biscoes Solicitors on south side Kingston Crescent.jonglew17/11/2010
With: hb sb ab;Ian Baines28/12/2008
done while serving in the Royal Navy 1965-1972 date est;joseph mitchell20/07/1967
Bell-ringing at St Mary's church.richtea5040blank
Alan Whatley24/03/2019
andrew brown03/08/2016
Swindon Bagger22/09/2015