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TP3066 - Erringham Hill
12th Sep 2012 09:06 by jonglew
First bag of day 3 of 6 of our SE England hill and trig bagging tour. Bagged this as driving away from the Youth Hostel. Convenient car park a short distance south of the trig on the minor road. Trig is located in middle of a rough pasture. Followed the path through the small wooded area to the field boundary, hopped over the b/w fence then across the field to the pillar. Good condition, good views.
1st Apr 2012 14:14 by wrose
Like others I used the upper car park to the south. Then followed a path through the woodland to the field boundary. Crawled under the barbed wire fence and walked up the field - which is non cultivated - to the pillar. It is in very good condition and still retains ina indented lettered plug. Yet another lovely view point.
6th Nov 2011 12:04 by hussyhill
Parked in bottom car park for short walk past the resevoir (could have driven past it to the top car park) 1 of 3 today.
7th May 2011 17:37 by Pyoung1s
27th Nov 2010 11:00 by Odud
15th Aug 2010 11:59 by qmaster
9th Sep 2009 00:00 by Border Peat
through wood from car park barbed wire fence into field
26th Oct 2008 15:30 by lost!
Good views over the Adur valley. Pillar looks in good condition, just a bit weathered.
15th Aug 2008 15:03 by Bridgeman
Had to squeeze under bard wire fence to access this one. Cleared vegetation growing over flush bracket. Lots of activity at nearby Shoreham Airfield.
25th May 2008 15:36 by THE CYCLIST
20th Jan 2007 12:49 by stewright
Easy walk to summit. Lovely views on sunny day.
11th Sep 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap, deep letters, summit of pasture, nice view
Montaged by J Rouse ©peregrinus
4th Sep 2005 13:59 by Griefmiester
In the middle of a field, good condition, great views from top of south downs
31st Jul 2005 14:30 by Orchards Finest
GPSr gave elevation 107m
1st Feb 2005 19:29 by Kitty Hawk
I needed to scrape back the grass, but otherwise this is still OK
29th May 2004 16:32 by Sussex_Rambler
Not much else to add that the other finders here have already noted!
23rd May 2004 12:47 by 68 GUNS
Cows are no longer in this field, so able to get to pillar easily, good condition and all fittings intact. Also found WWII 0.303" spent cartridge of British manufacture dated 1941.
25th Apr 2004 15:24 by barryhunter
Yep its there, views around are excellent.
20th Apr 2004 13:42 by Alan Grove
Approach to this one was across a cow pasture from Mill Hill Car Park. No cows in the field, just the 'evidence' under foot. The pillar is in good condition, although the ground has risen slightly, so I had the scrape some soil away to get a good view of the flush bracket.
10th Feb 2004 13:51 by WackyRaces
The pillar is in the middle of a field with barbed wire around it. The view from the nearby Mill Hill Car Park is very good: Shoreham Airport, Lancing College, and the sea beyond Hove and Shoreham.
4th Dec 2003 15:30 by Foggy & Crew
While doing for Lucy
1st Jul 1995 00:00 by mickandshane
Plug with heavily indented lettering.