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TP3683 - Hawold
1st Oct 2012 16:15 by asbown
if you go through the westwold finishing farm you can pick up the field edge to within about 50 metres.
26th Aug 2012 12:55 by CJO
Walked in along track from east by wood to the field boundary, passing several pheasant nurseries. Then walked west along field boundary. Got to within 50M but did not spot suitable tramlines to access pillar.
26th Jul 2012 21:10 by vegibagger
Sticking about a foot above in a field of short stem wheat just about 3 metres in from one of the tractor tyre channels perhaps 100m or so from the northern field edge and trees. Relatively easy access despite crop via tyre track 'path' south to noth, then wesr, then south and just a short carefulmove into the trig and back. A fourth trig bonus on a Trig terrific Thursday evening.
Jamie map topped trig Late evening, fading light©vegibagger
14th Oct 2011 14:06 by Border Peat
In the centre of a partly grown crop field, so not accessible.
9th Mar 2011 00:00 by caroleengel
18th Aug 2010 09:24 by wrose
Just a week too soon for this one! Whilst most of the fields in the area had been harvested this one was still to do. It meant that it would have been an impossible task to plough my way through the wheat as there were no obvious routes to the pillar and thought it best not to antagonise the farmer for later trig point visitors. See photo!
S6375 Hawold It\'s in there somewhere!
6th Dec 2008 15:30 by Trigpoint Bears
(237) Asked at the house near the pig farm as the couple were busy hanging Christmas decorations. Told that the army lads quite often come up here looking for this trig. Walked across very snowy field to trig. FB & Spider intact, resin plug
3rd May 2008 14:06 by THE CYCLIST
17th Mar 2008 15:47 by manonabike
Follow track by side of wood to east of field, then west on spraying tracks to TP
23rd Feb 2008 10:45 by ted
Plug replaced by tarmac, three sighting-holes open. Approached from footpath, along hedge and then a short distance into the next field. Not much view on a grey day.
19th Oct 2007 14:27 by seanmac
Spoke to a nice lady who lives next to this field. Field full of oil seed rape but had just been sprayed so I could follow the tractor tracks. Park at the pig farm (stinks really bad) follow fence line north then east for easiest access. Wash hands thoroughly after!
17th Mar 2006 12:30 by mickandshane
Headed straight up to it from the south through a gap in the hedge. Tried to follow tractor lines but they were running east west unfortunately. Tarmac plug.
17th Mar 2006 12:30 by HEATHENS
2nd Oct 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc except fine crack near top, arable, limited view
Montaged by Jon Rouse ©peregrinus
24th Nov 2003 12:00 by iainmac
In middle of recently planted field.