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TP1768 - Bunkers Hill
4th Oct 2012 14:57 by trigging on an island
The view here would have been very nice if it wasn’t for the eight foot high hay bale stack piled right next to the pillar.
9th Mar 2011 11:30 by G4OWG
9th Jan 2011 10:30 by The Reverend
19th Jun 2010 14:10 by jonglew
Access difficult as no public row. Parked at Durlow Common and walked W and then SW on tracks marked on the OS 1:25k. Got accosted by a farmer, but he proved helpful although did warn us the owner wasn't friendly to trespassers, but we persevered and made it to the ridge. Returned SE via Jones's Copice. Trig is suffering some damage to the top.
24th Apr 2010 12:11 by John+Tracey
28th Mar 2010 14:33 by g4wsb
17th Dec 2009 14:07 by heavyhorses
4th Apr 2009 14:05 by bluebeard
17th Jan 2009 13:30 by asbown
parked at the church in Stoke Edith and followed the gated track upto the ridge,did both Marilyn tops just in case new technology sometime in the future proves 1 is a millimetre higher than the other.
24th Aug 2008 14:00 by Stevie Boy
Did a long walk up from Marcle Hill.The final stretch was along a muddy,bramble covered track which ended in a very tricky gate to climb into field where trig sits.Excellent views despite being 5m short of summit.This - Seagers/Bunker Hill - should be made a ROW.At least i've now done this Marilyn,which i drive past everyother day!Potential for much higher score if more accessable.
2nd Dec 2006 08:50 by Father Ted
Same parking and approach as mickandshane. Lots of pheasants around which have the unerving ability to launch noisily into flight when you are about three feet away. Walked a little further along the ridge to get the Marilyn top too.
11th Feb 2006 14:45 by Glaslyn
Approach the same as MickandShane.There has been some recent clearing along the ridge so the path is nice and clear.Saw no one so no problems with whether i should or shouldnt be there.There are extensive views to the N and some glimpses through the trees to the south.
28th Jan 2006 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap deep letters, top of pillar damaged, edge of field by track, OK view
23rd Jul 2005 15:00 by mickandshane
We parked at the entrance to the footpath to the south east. Up onto the ridge then followed the very overgrown track to the trig. Nettles in abundance around the pillar. Plug with heavily indented lettering.
27th Feb 2005 12:06 by discjirm
Relatively easy to get to, visited on a walk to Hereford.
11th Dec 2004 14:30 by desperate dan
Approach from path to south along ridge. Not a public right of way. Extensive views to north and east. Summit is on field edge. Saw a couple of deer. Highest point of ridge is a Marilyn, but not actually at trig point. Corner of pillar has crumbled away.
13th May 2004 21:08 by stonestreaker
no trouble on todays visit- only a huge patch of nettles to contend with
29th Aug 1998 12:57 by arranc
8th Aug 1998 17:31 by senrabyar
15th Sep 1996 18:00 by fasgadh
Sadly folk are now getting chased off from here, but I managed a few visits before United games in more liberal times.. We were in the League back then as well. Just off the old Ridgeway above Stoke Edith, almost certainly a lost RoW, Need to get this one back from the gits. Good view eastwards.