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TP4896 - Monubent
6th Apr 2013 13:52 by pendlelill
in hedge at side of road. covered with ivy could be hard to find when hedge turns green
17th Nov 2012 12:52 by senrabyar
29th Jun 2011 00:00 by caroleengel
Impossible to see from road side in summer. It is virtually opposite the gate on the other side of the road - a few yards to the NE and near large tree.
19th May 2011 13:40 by Border Peat
Park in g/w, past trig climb gate into field go along hedge to trig S5390©Border Peat
9th Mar 2011 11:35 by blackboot29
Started walk at Bolton by Bowland. Trig hidden in hedge at side of road. Not easy to find.
8th Mar 2011 12:06 by happycyclist
18th Feb 2011 11:18 by Historian
Only just visible from the road even in the depths of winter.
2nd Feb 2011 13:00 by mal5150
27th Nov 2010 13:00 by painterman61
Trig is located in a hedgerow between a square mesh fence just of the main road. It is hidden on 3 sides by the hedge.
20th Nov 2010 13:20 by wanderer
16th Oct 2010 15:56 by analoguesat
Esy roadsider, although well hidden by thick hedge.
2nd Oct 2010 00:00 by Rupertal
8th Aug 2010 09:00 by MickandKim
Can not be seen from road,on field side of hedge Easy access over gate
8th May 2010 10:08 by Triggers
completely engulfed by hedge
2nd May 2010 09:26 by THE CYCLIST
Took a while to find it as so hidden by hedge.
28th Jun 2009 10:35 by lonesome_cowboy_burt
Hard to spot through the hedge from the road. Gate in to field to the north. Hazy views
17th Jun 2009 12:30 by ocean soul
Easy roadside trig
16th Jun 2009 13:27 by PeteBoggs
Drove past it a couple of times before I spotted it
17th May 2009 12:30 by manonabike
Access to field via gate just north of pillar
26th Apr 2009 20:03 by Aye Jimmy
Stuck in a hedge, but the only one of eight logged today that had an original OS cap.
4th Apr 2009 11:30 by Trig391
Well Its still in the Hedge!!! No seriously Trig fine and easy access from gate just north of Trig.
30th Aug 2008 12:00 by wrose
Quite accessible but not very visible. I walked the hedge line along Hellifield Road without spotting it. Asked at farm (Monubent Head) for permission to enter field through farmyard - no problem. Trig found in hedge with only one face showing, fortunately containing flush bracket. The other three faces are in the hedge and covered with a good growth of ivy. The one face is in good condition and the views are not too bad.
4th Jul 2008 19:00 by BILLY COO
19th Nov 2006 13:46 by itschopper
Getting around the local trigs. Nice day for a short walk. Well its on the road side. Mearly missed it though.
12th Aug 2006 15:15 by ted
Field side of hedge; plug intact; FB facing outwards. Barely visible from the road. One-way views.
24th Mar 2005 12:25 by mickandshane
At the side of the road in a hedge but with the FB fieldside. Plug with indented lettering.
20th Feb 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap shallow engraved letters, E side of rd, E face of hedge at edge of pasture, ivy cleared from top
29th Nov 2004 13:45 by bonatti
Wants looking for does this one
24th Oct 2004 12:00 by iainmac
Ivy covered on roadside so hard to see - must be even more so in summer
26th Apr 2004 12:00 by Seasider
15/30 for the day. Bad position behind fence in hedge.
6th Mar 2004 12:40 by Pyoung1s
24th Feb 2004 21:31 by stonestreaker
funny name, hard to find, but it is there in the hedge
6th Jan 2004 16:30 by HamsterCaster
Pillar next to Hellifield Rd in hedge in front of fencing. Can park up by the gate on the opposite side of the road. Some nice scenery along the way.
26th May 2003 17:39 by The Hungry Caterpillars
Searched for forty minutes.Noted a number of references all around the above grid ref but no luck.19.04.04-how did we miss this!!We will be back!!
8th Apr 1983 00:00 by RogerTempleman
White pillar standing proud in low roadside hedge with lamb suckling in field and Pendle Hill beyond.