Well, not quite. The latest edition of MARHOFN arrived this morning, and while there isn’t (thankfully, from this Database updater’s point-of view!) a batch of renominations, name changes, grid reference changes and summit additions/deletions, there is one small change.
Chanctonbury Hill G/SE-009 now becomes Chanctonbury Ring G/SE-009. This is due to some resurveying that reveals that Chanctonbury Ring, around half a kilometre to the East of the trig point, is the highest point in the vicinity, 2m higher than the previous “summit”.
So there is a very slight name change, the height goes up from 238m to 240m ASL, and the new grid reference is TQ139120. It doesn’t get a new SOTA reference or provide for a new unique, because the summit location moves only within the activation zone.
I have updated the SOTA Database, and passed the information to Jon and James for SOTAwatch and the G ARM respectively.
73, Tom M1EYP