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TP4168 - Kenwick Bar
5th Nov 2012 14:55 by Chris9870
Easy roadside trig in hedge. Easier to get to field side.
19th Feb 2012 12:45 by ocean soul
Easy roadside trig ...
4th Feb 2011 11:39 by wrose
Joint visit with Carole. Roadside pillar so access is very straight forward. We parked on the lane just off the main road near the radio mast and walked back to the pillar. Everything in good order.
4th Feb 2011 00:00 by caroleengel
14th Sep 2009 11:15 by asbown
parked as father ted, easy find.
28th Jul 2007 14:59 by THE CYCLIST
25th Jul 2006 17:30 by Father Ted
Parked to the west up the side road towards to mast. The trig is on the east side of the road behind the hedge. GPS got me close then I found a gap and ducked though to bag it.
5th May 2006 16:30 by Trigpoint Bears
Hidden behind hedge near A16, in good condition
4th Dec 2004 09:16 by The Hungry Caterpillars
Side of very fast road
29th May 2004 17:21 by Brisey
Not visible from the A16 at this time of the year because of the hawthorn hedge, but the TP is just the other side.
29th May 2004 12:00 by iainmac
I didnt note any damage at the time and cant see any on photos.
17th Feb 2004 11:34 by Fleetwind
Just behind a hedge on the busy A16. Good airy position!
30th Nov 2003 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc; metal cap shallow letters; E side of hedge E side of rd, just inside arable field