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TP1131 - Beeston Hill
21st Mar 2013 00:00 by dogwalking
27th Jan 2013 14:33 by kevigizmo
Great views over sheringham, the new windfarm off sheringham and views over to cromer inc lighthouse
TP1131 Pillar ©kevigizmo
11th Nov 2012 09:38 by jonglew
Picked up this trig before leaving Sheringham for the other half of the road trip - back home to Wiltshire via various trigs and county tops. A very pleasant short sunny walk just inland from the Sheringham coast and up onto Beeston Hill where excellent views can be had of the town and surrounding country. The trig is in good condition.
25th May 2012 00:00 by Bramley
Good small hill with excellent views
19th May 2012 11:45 by mrs moo cow
3rd Nov 2011 14:19 by Arthur Sinclair
This is more what we associate with a trig points location. A lovely walk up to the top on a fresh and windy November day
23rd Oct 2011 13:07 by Boneychest
Visited whilst geocaching nearby. Great views from the pillar.
26th Jun 2011 18:30 by michael a frost
walked from holiday cottage in sheringham with dog, only 15 minutes , very warm evening , lovely views.
29th Apr 2011 10:41 by heavyhorses
nice walk up from the town, good views :-) http://www.heavyhorses.co.uk/humps
22nd Apr 2011 20:06 by CrazyCucumber
Quick walk up to see the large cross erected for Easter .
3rd Apr 2011 10:22 by castrigteam
Easy walk up the bump from Sheringham beautiful weather with great views along the coast.
Beeston Hill Flush Bracket ©castrigteam
25th Feb 2011 15:32 by Bourne
Great views from the top, started off in the main town then walked along the front till we reached the concrete steps, walked up the steps and followed the path up to the trig
9th Jan 2011 22:05 by Captain Birds Eye
Trig piont in evening winter sunlight Beeston Bump
22nd Sep 2010 19:12 by Griefmiester
Easy walk up from the road - views to Croma and into The Wash - Pillar good conditon - small hill (well large for Norfolk)
11th Jul 2010 09:45 by dave-harris
16th Jun 2010 17:00 by BILLY COO
Great views all along the coast.
10th May 2010 12:45 by Lathama
Found the nearby cache and then logged the pillar. Ashphalt plug replacement. Traces of paint. All sightholes closed. Concrete base exposed all round at grass level. Excellent views W towards Balkeney spit and E towards Cromer. Lovely spot on a glorious day!
30th Aug 2009 17:00 by fishteers
Had a day out in Sheringham and walked up the hump to get this one, good views from up here today, Can highly recommend the Ice Creams at Ronaldos shop in Sheringham.
18th Aug 2009 07:15 by bundys
nice walk, great views. trig in good condition.
13th Aug 2009 19:25 by jochta
Nice views from here and an easy approach. The plug is filled with tarmac and one of the top corners is slightly damaged. All four sight holes are filled.
30th Jun 2009 12:42 by Robin Hood
21st Apr 2009 15:07 by Trig391
Trig in vgc, Logged whilst on Holiday in Sunny Norfolk.
Beeston Hill. ©Trig391
18th Apr 2009 06:57 by barnsley skip
8th Nov 2008 12:30 by cavinguk
Collected this trig on holiday in Norfolk. Fantastic coastal and inland views, shame about the weather!
18th Jul 2008 00:00 by bargee
walking the north norfolk coast path and grabbed the cache here as well
16th Jun 2008 15:50 by Aye Jimmy
Seaside trig point.
24th Nov 2007 12:00 by Harnser
Beeston Hill ©Harnser
22nd Nov 2007 12:00 by Dusty
30th Sep 2007 16:32 by Brisey
I could see where I needed to get to but it took a while to find a route to drive near enough. Then a pleasant walk and a good view were the rewards.
30th Aug 2007 15:13 by browni
Did this trig at the same time as the nearby cache. Great views again on a lovely day.
Trig and the view ©browni
29th Aug 2007 16:30 by clippercambs
Cracking view of the North Norfolk coast from here
22nd Aug 2007 12:00 by minstrelcat
Found whilst doing geocache GC10R9A. We saw Beeston Hill (or Hump or Bump or whatever the proper name is) featured on this year's series of Coast because it had a Y-station on it during the war. The foundations are still visible.
18th Aug 2007 12:10 by oggysprinks
Visited while in the area for a wedding, nice walk up to the trig with good views over the countryside.
19th May 2007 13:28 by gazooks
1st Apr 2007 12:42 by sykesfamily
Bagged this trig on a walk from Cromer to Sheringham with Mogs & the boys. Bright, hazy day
20th Mar 2007 16:50 by Father Ted
With the wind howling and the sea very rough I strode up this hill once again. I had last been here in 1999 when I walked this section of the coast on my walk around the Endgland and Wales coast. I was very pleased to note that the bench I sat on in 1999 was still here. I remember it becasue it has q great inscription on it. Something like 'Life is just froth and bubble'etc .... very apt for pointless hobby of trigpointing!
26th May 2006 14:30 by asbown
12th Mar 2006 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, asphalt plug, nice, popular summit
4th Nov 2005 15:04 by Bridgeman
Access on path from Jct of Nelson Road/Curtis Lane. Very good viewpoint along Norfolk coast.
16th Jul 2005 13:50 by HEATHENS
16th Jul 2005 13:50 by mickandshane
We parked at the Pitch and Putt and followed the coastal path from there. Very nice views along the coast. Tarmac plug.
10th Jul 2005 10:47 by PhilRichards
17th May 2005 13:31 by asteroth
Fantastic view out to sea and inland.Trig in good condition
1st Sep 2004 12:00 by iainmac
28th Dec 2003 13:00 by jimmy
a nice stroll on Christmas Day
10th Nov 2001 13:32 by discjirm
There are some nice views out to sea from this trig point, which is on a little hillock to the east of Sheringham.
1st Jan 1970 11:15 by salt & pepper duo
A New Use for a Trig Point! ©salt & pepper duo