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Littleton Down 254.9m (836ft)

Summit Feature: Small ridge of earth note: summit in trees (Survey: Leica NA730/Leica GS15)
Classification: Clem, Notable, Hump, Sub-marilyn, P30 Tump.
OS Grid Ref: SU941149 (10 figure Grid Ref: SU9412314938).
UK Area: 42 - South-East England & the Isle of Wight (OS Maps 1:50k 197. 1:25k OL10,121.)
Latitude: 50.926218, Longitude: -0.662123, Height: 254.9 metres (836 feet)
Prominence: 149 metres (489 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0255.p (DoBIH Hill ID: 2911)

Associated Parent Hill:
   Butser Hill (270m, p158)

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  • '0255.p' SU941149 Littleton Down (255m, p149)

Member's Comments on Littleton Down...

  • Chris Pearson says...
  • A favourite tough hill run up from Upwaltham and its lovely ancient 900 year old Norman chapel. Overshadowed by the sad memorial near the top to the eight crew of a Lancaster bomber from 617 dambuster squadron that lost their lives here. On the 12th February 1944 eleven bombers set out from Ford (near Chichester) and ten returned the following morning. One of those ten was Lancaster DV382 of 617 Squadron, then based at Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire. They had landed at Royal Naval Air Station, Ford, on return from a bombing raid against the Antheor Viaduct in Southern France. After making a three hour stopover for de-briefing and a meal, the crew of DV382 took off from RNAS Ford at 8.15am on the 13th February 1944 to continue back to base at Woodhall Spa. The Lancaster took off in very poor morning visibility.Within five minutes, in low cloud, they flew into trees at the top Littleton Down. Local farm workers pulled the badly burnt pilot , Squadron Leader William Suggitt DFC Royal Canadian Air Force from the wreckage but he sadly died 2 days later, age 23 having completed 64 operational flights. see http://www.roll-of-honour.com/Sussex/UpwalthamFourNations.html
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Littleton Down has been climbed by...

Andrew Brown Carole Chalky1953 Chris Pearson clivevilla Colin Crawford Des Taylor Dugswell2 GordonAdshead Griefmiester iaindbrown IainT jonglew Kevgbl Nick Wakelam oakesave rhw Sprog stevent0809 Ted Richards TimJB1

 

Total = 1 Littleton Down hills
Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills