Name:Blackheath Clump
Hill number:17326
Height:207.3m / 680ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Oxfordshire
Catchment:Thames
Class:Unclassified
(Un)
Grid ref:SP 25010 15382
Summit feature:no feature: woodland
Drop:29.98m
Col:177.3m  SP 2370 1789  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 163
(1:25k) OL45S
Comments:Deleted March 2014
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked to the E at SP 2537 1521 and followed the wide field margin to wood, then along the eastern edge of the wood to the ivy-covered trig first, and then wandered around northern edge of the Clump. All seemed very level and couldn't pick out a clear hp.milimana05/09/2022
From the road to the E. Straightforward following the wall & hedge lines. Trig a little N of the actual summit.DanMaisieBex30/04/2022
Parked in the pull-off on the A424, noted by others, taking care not to park in the space reserved for 'Police vehicles only'! Plenty of room. Entered field behind and followed that field's boundary, wide field-margins, until reached southern tip of the copse. Proceeded up eastern side of copse, then hedgerow. Recommend using this route since the trig point is over-grown and I doubt you would be able to see it from the western side of the hedge. Retraced steps.Meanderer02/07/2021
Parked in a layby at 24780 15049, walked round field edges to the copse and circumnavigated it. HP looks like 25035 15407 from the naked eye.clivevilla15/10/2019
From layby following field boundaries. Top at edge of field near copse.Ramblingpaul30/04/2019
Started at severely potholed layby to W, round field margins into wood. Emerged at NE corner of wood, trig in hedge a little further on.Aye Jimmy14/04/2019
Pulled over on verge to the west and followed field margins to the wood. Found trig in the hedge to the north of the wood.Herbert Anchovy16/01/2019
4/4 (Upper Coscombe Hill/Temple Guiting Hill/Over Norton Hill/Blackheath)Fergalh12/07/2017
10.01 am Both name and also number on the flush bracket,numerologically,very significant. Few 14** series pillars and it represents for me my dad's BTW, 'birthday trig walk of life' as he was an Easter Sunday April fool born 1/4/23 so this would've been his 72nd birthday pillar just a couple of years before his last hill walk with me on Skye two years later. ,I'm his oldest child and I was born in Blackheath. Triggy memories dad.vegibagger25/02/2015
From minor road to E, along field boundary to woods then N. Trig pillar embedded in hedgerow. Broad flat hill top, summit could be anywhere.jonglew04/09/2014
Top by edge of field and copse. Trig in nearby hedge but heavily covered in ivy.Adrian08/12/2013
Layby on A424 - fieldsarranc01/09/2009
RHW03/09/2004
DC11main27/06/2021
johnkenyon13/06/2020
Wycombe Wanderer24/12/2019
Swindon Bagger17/04/2016
andrew brown02/04/2016
Jacqdaw02/09/2014
Hillsidenick02/09/2014
stevent080926/10/2013