|Name:||Harnham Water Meadows|
|Height:||46m / 151ft|
|RHB Section:||41: South Central England|
|Island:||Non Tump island|
|Grid ref:||SU136296 (est)|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 184|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 6 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|De facto hp bridge on path, tranquil and well known locally with info board. From SW||RHW||16/11/2019|
|Parked in Mallard Close to the SW, passed the Mill pub and followed the busy path to the other side of the island. About as unhill like as you can get but lovely nevertheless. Hardly seemed worth looking around for a high point but nipped over a gate and headed towards the given grid ref just for forms sake but the bridges are almost certainly higher.||Herbert Anchovy||16/11/2019|
|After Cockey Down - on to explore a potential new SIB I had spotted in the heart of Salisbury - Harnham Water Meadows - 84 acres. Encircled by the Rivers Avon and Nadder. I was one week too soon for the annual public flooding of the meadows. Slight shiver of alarm passed over me when my walk across the island footpath took me past The Mill pub which was where the Skripals drank before collapsing with Novichok poisoning, and had just reopened after months of being decontaminated.||Chris Pearson||27/01/2019|
|Date aprox, spent sometime trying tospot whereConstable hadpainted his famous view of the cathedral||Swindon Bagger||12/10/2007|