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TP5314 - Parks Farm
13th May 2013 13:37 by HKMHill
Had passed this way doing a Geocaching circuit last November in the fog time to come back and bag it..
27th Jun 2012 21:08 by longmyndhiker
18th Feb 2012 11:00 by Delta68
The trigpoint was not on a footpath so we walked around the edge of the field, soon spotted although it blended in very well with the wall.
4th Jan 2012 17:30 by Pyoung1s
4th Sep 2011 00:00 by caroleengel
31st Dec 2010 12:30 by Father Ted
Easy parking again ath the Y junction to the NE and then up the muddy and snowy bridleway and reached trig point no problem.
24th Oct 2010 09:25 by Cipollini
Parked at junction of paths to E then walked up through wood and field to bridleway. Had to dodge farmer and dogs in sheep field immediately S, but once they had gone quick walk up field boundary to TP - sitting squat in vgc to N of wall. A beautiful sunny autumn morning with larks thinking it was spring and extensive views to N and E.
Parks Farm TP ©Cipollini
18th Apr 2010 13:09 by Garth Fenton
13th Feb 2010 12:16 by Loz&Bib
17th Oct 2009 16:08 by dal
Cap intact with indented letters. Straightforward access.
27th Aug 2009 18:00 by Stevie Boy
2nd of the day,on way home from Broadway Hill.Had difficulty finding the right road.Good parking & easy walk up.Pillar bit sunken & overgrown so almost walked right past.No real views.In field of barley.
4th May 2009 14:09 by Dodders
Fairly overgrown trig. Had to clear a bit to take a photo of the flush bracket.
2nd Apr 2009 14:54 by THE CYCLIST
11th Apr 2008 15:40 by bluebeard
i suppose that one way for farmers to make some money is to grub out their cotswold stone walls and sell the stone
2nd Jun 2007 15:00 by desperate dan
Hadn't checked this site in advance and just didn't see it, despite obviously being only metres away.
3rd Feb 2007 14:24 by KandG
Walked along farm track and saw trig peeping over the wall! Walked back to gate to reach trig.
15th Nov 2006 12:48 by arranc
25th Apr 2006 12:15 by wrighty
not on public path but just off a farmtrack near ahaystack
31st Dec 2005 15:06 by Glaslyn
Short walk up ROW then across edge of 1 field.Pillar next to wall.
7th Nov 2005 20:41 by Rhayader_wanderer
Dont worry about the unsuitable for motors sign on the access road its ok. Parking at the corner as the PROW leaves the road and a simp-le direct walk. No contition change
24th Apr 2005 15:45 by mickandshane
One of the higher trigs in the Cotswolds at 298 metres. Easy access, plug with indented lettering.
16th Feb 2005 11:00 by Lathama
Built close to a dry-stone wall on the edge of what is now a winter cereal field but with considerable traces of last year's broadbean crop! All intact with the original plug [slightly indented letters]. W sighthole open, the others closed. Moss-encrusted on three faces for the lower 12". Holes under hooks filled in. Quite easy access, down track just off bridleway. Expansive agricultural views allround.
16th Mar 2004 16:25 by fasgadh
Not far off the RUPP behind a dyke. A typical wide open Cotswold space with lovely coloured mud. Larks singing on a spring day - good stuff. Intact and in good condition
10th Nov 2003 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc; metal cap shallow letters; N side of wall at edge of cereal crop
1st Sep 1983 00:00 by RogerTempleman
White pillar between dry stone wall and ploughed field.