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Name:Sinah Common (Hayling Island)
Hill number:19167
Height:13m / 43ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Hampshire (CoU)
Island:Non Tump island
Maritime area:Hants & Dorset - Portsmouth & Wight
Grid ref:SZ 68890 99801
Summit feature:trig bolt in concrete block
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 196 197
(1:25k) OL3 OL8 119 120
Comments:SIB relocated from Gable Head (hill 19110) in October 2015
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GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
Biking round Hayling Island on the Brompton's with Graeme. Cheeky little run up and down in the rain to get to the summit.Fionalevey04/02/2019
Solosimon and co11/07/2017
Easy access on this sunny afternoon with nobody in the refreshment hut.Dugswell207/09/2016
Walked south along the beach first with Mrs A and then had an awful coffee at the pub. Ignored the keep out sign on the golf course and a rather snotty golfer asked if I was lost. I wasn't far off meeting the dress requirements either - just needed to tuck my shirt in. Continued on to the obvious top and then ran back down to the car park where Mrs A was waiting by the car.Herbert Anchovy16/07/2016
Not as straightforward as I expected as there is a green and a refreshment hut on the golf course just by the hillock. Very busy on sunny May weekdays.chriswatson05/05/2016
Luckily no one around before 9am to enforce the keep out notice or the strict golf course dress code which requires that: Shirts (long or short sleeved) must have collars. ï· Men's shirts must be tucked into the trouser waistband ï· Men's shorts must be tailored (no external pockets) and worn with white socks ï· Long trousers with no external pockets. Quite how this compares to what the average bagger wears I shudder to think?Chris Pearson15/02/2016
Trig bolt in concrete block at highest point of dune, apparently not OS. Approached from s (car park) with difficulty due to spiny vegetation, descended n easily across quiet golf course.RHW24/01/2016
Grassed over dunes on golf course. Ample nearby parking.Adrian05/11/2015
Grassed over sand dunes on Hayling Golf Course. A reasonably obvious dune tops the rest, approx 90m due S of their small club house (main CH is a mile away). Nice and quiet at 7.30am this morning.jonglew09/10/2015
With: solo; Date is approximate.Ian Baines01/06/1985
Alan Whatley24/03/2019
Swindon Bagger10/09/2017
andrew brown03/08/2016
Mark Sims11/05/2016