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TP5586 - Raunds
16th Apr 2013 11:39 by Harbcache
Visited while geocaching in the area.
Harbcache at the trig ©Harbcache
10th Feb 2013 15:55 by Delta68
No problem finding this trigpoint once I'd crawled through the hedge.
5th Feb 2013 12:54 by wrose
Joint visit with Carole. We parked at the gateway to the north near the farm but this got us to the wrong side of the hedge. We should have parked at the gate way slightly to the west for better access and to save a crawl through the hedge. Anyway once reached the pillar is in good condition and still retains a metal plug.
5th Feb 2013 00:00 by caroleengel
On NW side of hedge
28th Oct 2012 10:13 by dadu 13
Logged as YOSM whilst at the nearby MEGA Event
20th Oct 2012 17:38 by fitzydan
I agree with previous loggers - the FB number is very unusual - a clear gap between the two zeroes. A shame it's hidden in a hedge. Dived in for this while the farmer was ploughing his field but much lower down!
12th Jun 2012 18:40 by Griefmiester
MCL spot on with best way to get to this one - easy if muddy walk from the gate - pillar good condition, GPS shows 81m, lost in the hedge - quiet farmland area. agree unusal numbering are there any others like this?
10th Apr 2012 13:14 by MCL
Interesting one this because of its unusual number. So unusual that, with the space included, you can't type it into this database! Hence entering it without the space as 11003... Best way to get to this one is via field gate from roadway some 50m west of the hedgepoint. Over the gate, and walk round the very wide field border till you reach the trig. No scratchy hedges to scramble through!
22nd Oct 2010 12:18 by Glaslyn
This is on North West side of hedge, chose wrong side and being too lazy to retrace went under hedge. Picking hawthorn thorns out of my hands foa a week! Pillar good condition.
1st Feb 2009 14:30 by THE CYCLIST
15th Feb 2008 14:30 by asbown
easy walk up the field edge.
9th Sep 2007 10:47 by gazooks
Embedded in hedgerow but still white.
2nd Apr 2007 12:40 by Rhayader_wanderer
Parking as the hedge leaves the road then a simple stroll up best to get into the western field early as the hedge is a mix of nettle rose and hawthorn. ouch
26th Mar 2007 18:42 by Trigpoint Bears
(143) Quite a nice walk along the hedgerow to find this one.
20th Aug 2004 17:30 by elsworth
Exposed from the NW side of the hedge
6th Jun 2004 09:30 by donohoep
Didn't go far enough into the field to find this. Extremely hot day just couldn't be bothered to fight my way through the wheat and hedgerow. I'll come back later.
31st Oct 2002 12:00 by peregrinus
E edge of hedge, edge of arable fld, VGC, metal cap, FB no 110 03 has distinct (unplanned) space betw zeros