Thanks Tom for your reply and in response I will add the other stuff that I know already. :)
According to the 2/Northants Regimental History & the War Diary on 28/10/1943 the Battalion had moved to the southern outskirts of St. Elena. It was at this time that the plan was to clear the village of Macchiagodena - which could only be taken if the Axis forces were cleared from the mountains that overlooked it. Because of weather conditions the attack started on 30/10/1943. The mountain peaks were recorded here as Points and the three recorded are Point 1385 (350315), Point 1281 & Point 1102. Pesco Antilla is also mentioned and also that 6th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders were involved in the fighting.
This is a link to the map: http://www.history.army.mil/books/wwii/ ... /map30.jpg
The following are some units in the area around the time - but not necessarily involved in the fighting.
Grenadier-Regiment 576 13/11/43 (This is obviously later - I don't know if they were in the area earlier on though)
305. Infanterie-Division 00/08/43 - 00/12/43
26. Panzer-Division 00/07/43 - 00/12/43
I would appreciate any information - even information about where I should go/who to contact etc.