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Name:Wallasea Island
Hill number:19183
Height:4m / 13ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Essex (CoU)
Maritime area:Thames & The Medway
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:SIB
(SIB)
Grid ref:TQ 94225 94865
Summit feature:not recorded
Drop:1m
Col:3m  TQ 9263 9461  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 178
(1:25k) 176
Comments:Probably not a true island today after road construction and silting up. Road treated as an embankment rather than a causeway for col determination.
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 14 users)ByDate of Ascent
birdwatchingstodd18/03/2019
Alan and LindaGlenford02/01/2019
Interesting day on the island.Fred Windsor05/07/2018
from RSPB car parkcjo05/04/2018
Bagged with Adrian.Dugswell204/09/2016
Bagged with dugswell2Adrian04/09/2016
Visited years ago when a kid. Good to pop back andtick this one as it was by historic map research that led to it being included as SIB.Swindon Bagger07/08/2016
From RSPB carpark. River Crouch embankments shown on OS 1:25k map have been breached in several places to form tidal mud flats. Google earth view gives good indication of what it's like now - Grassland Point with its trig bolt and 5m spot height no longer accessible (to walkers). Quite a size to this island, very difficult to determine a HP.jonglew03/07/2016
From W, signs to RSPB car park, path e along seawall crossing conveyor, signpost R to half moon viewpoint which seems to be current hp via new embankments barely lower. From here can follow e bank of a drain (field edge) to the 4m hp (25k map) then back via the 3m arable spot ht (10k map). Works ongoing, maybe it'll be a Tump yet!RHW21/05/2016
With Sarah, Kieron, and Katherine. Did not approach natural high point, so have not ticked it, but walked along northern sea wall to west of car park - at higher levelmainnirnamfiadh14/04/2015
Bramley29/08/2019
Alan Whatley02/01/2019
DC11main17/06/2018
stevent080929/07/2017
AndyS01/04/2017