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Name:South Field (old GR)
Hill number:5509
Height:11m / 36ft
Parent (Ma):2833  Bishop Wilton Wold
Alternative top: (East Mount)
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Kingston upon Hull (UA), Yorkshire E Riding (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Grid ref:TA 09581 36179
Summit feature:ground at end of Wawne Road by roundabout
Col:11m  TA095361  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 107
(1:25k) 293
Observations:corresponds to spot height
Comments:Formerly named Bransholme. Replaced by hill 19037 as Kingston upon Hull UA top Feb 2015
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 54 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
South Field (old GR) > South Field from GR: TA 09766 35795ronaldo33322/02/2020
South Field (old GR) > South Field from GR: TA 09766 35795Hippster22/02/2020
3 of 5 on 38.3 mile bike ride including great wold, high hunsley wold, south field old GR, south field and east mount. Roundabout pretty unexcitingThe-Z-Man06/01/2019
Somewhere round the road junction. All flat.jonglew26/09/2018
Not often you can park on a roundabout.ngthack23/10/2017
After visiting the new GR, wandered around roundabout, mound to east near daffodils in bloom.PeterD06/04/2017
Revisited the roundabout on my way to the relocated high point.yorkie01/03/2016
Difficult to establish the exact highest point, but, I feel it is immediately before the East Riding sign. Shortly after this the road descends a hill (a rare enough happening in these parts)moorsman27/12/2015
These things have to be done !Ramblingpaul20/09/2015
Near roundabout.arranc04/06/2015
Epic ascent following visit to The Deep!With Bridget.catman03/05/2015
With Catman.rosiebridge03/05/2015
Solo. Walked over here to this roundabout after exploring South FieldDangerous Dave04/03/2015
Ground around roundabout all much the same height - nowhere obviously higher to waypoint. Visited after the (newly recognised) 12m highpoint which it has to be said is more interesting.RHW14/02/2015
Parked at the roundabout then a quick walk round it.bolieve01/11/2014
Roundabout with perfect parking. Horses in neigh(!)bouring field.Aye Jimmy14/08/2014
Drove Over It!sakey28/09/2012
Easy parking in the dead-end off the roundabout. The nearby Hill Top Farm gives a clue as to the significance of this location.Newton Maximus21/05/2012
Parked at the roundabout and had a good wonder around the area, all very underwelming. Walked back from Wawne to visit the ground near the ERoY boundary sign. which turned out to be no higher. yorkie31/01/2012
A feat of navigation, stamina and derring-doMartin R28/01/2012
Bit crap really. Not even the roundabout is complete. I would add to the irony that there is a road called Pennine Way just into Hull from the 'top'.simon and co23/05/2011
Drive by. Stretched my legs for a minute and then onto the next one. Think a few people wondered what I was taking a photo of.The Team29/01/2011
Somewhere in vicinity of roundabout near EROY boundaryBramley30/12/2010
Parked on side road then had a bit of a walk around on a mild gray morning.Dugswell209/10/2010
i think the high point inside the boundary is 200m down the side road off the islandDARRENG07/07/2010
Nothing to say.destaylor21/09/2009
On or very close to the roundabout,used all my previous roundabout county top bagging experience(plymouth) to bag this one with no problems.asbown15/03/2009
Loved this spot, especially the delusional "Kinder Scout Close" seen just down the road! Horses were friendly.kaapiovuohi31/08/2008
First time I've bagged a county top using a bicycle!Richard05/07/2008
a roundabout, not many tops have a roundaboutjohnfwoolley13/01/2008
Small Roundabout - Quite Boring Reallyshirley pbgv28/06/2007
Some resident of Hull are probably still wondering why was that man taking a photo of that rounderbout?Father Ted15/09/2006
A truly exciting spot I don't think.signyred13/08/2006
We thought it was a little distance south of the roundabout, but maybe somewhere in house gardens to east. Considering the low altitude, the views not bad across the flat flood plain to the west.wheresthepath04/12/2005
Spot height at end of Wawne Road by roundaboutwebmaster11/04/2005
Ben Rinnes09/06/2019
Mark Sims10/09/2013
andrew brown29/04/2011
Tom Mundell26/04/2009