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TP6137 - St Whites Farm
23rd Sep 2012 09:05 by Rob&Fiona
23rd Nov 2011 12:45 by arranc
6th Nov 2011 13:42 by russie and sidekick
24th Mar 2011 12:56 by tom
The trig stands next to a prickly hedge in an empty field on the eastern edge of Cinderford in the Forest of Dean. It was reached from the north by means of rights of way from St Whites Road. The pillar has a metal cap with deep lettering and FB S6246. Somewhat hazy today the view to the east was over the eastern fringe of the forest to the River Severn and the faint outline of some low hills in the Vale of Berkeley. From the nearby track wooded ridges of the Forest of Dean and on the other side of the Wye Valley can be seen to the west.
8th Mar 2011 12:30 by Dusty
24th Apr 2010 16:01 by THE CYCLIST
Access somewhat impeded by need to negotiate the mess created by new housing development.
5th Apr 2010 15:53 by dpeberdy
Parked off the road at the cross roads at the top of the hill. THere is ch work going on here on what is soon to be a small housing development. Walked down the path Southish and managed to miss the trig but after having admired the views from further along, we realised we had gone a little to far. On walking back Northwards we were approaching from the right side of the hedge and the trig was clear. Me, Mum, Hadley 237m
There are views in the other direction.... back to the floor for the camera.
13th Feb 2010 12:00 by cavinguk
Hidden in the hedge but great views all round with the Black Mountains to the West and the Severn Estuary to the East.
28th Aug 2009 14:30 by geodruth
Easy to find although becoming embedded in the hedge. No paint.
20th Jun 2009 16:28 by Stevie Boy
Walked all the way up from Rupsidge Halt with Jacob sat on my shoulders (much easier coming back down!). Hedgerow pillar,fairly overgrown but not too bad. Lovely views across the Forest to Wales in the west & to the Cotswolds in the east. Next,stopped at an obelisk opposite the Speech House.Erected in 1957 this marks the traditional centre of the Forest.
22nd Mar 2009 14:40 by lackofluke
15th Dec 2008 11:25 by The Moor We Hunt...
Hidden away in the hedge at the side of a footpath.
10th Jul 2008 18:45 by Lathama
Easy acces, just through a metal kissing gate off a public path. Original plug with deeply-indented letters. No paint. W sighthole open, others closed. Concrete base exposed on west side just above grass level. Distant views S/SE. In hedgerow on side of pasture field field.
6th Jul 2008 11:03 by sniffadogz
12th May 2008 16:15 by ocean soul
Easy access off green lane in field with horses.Nice views.
16th Feb 2008 15:00 by bluebeard
As stated by SIDANDBOB there is now no construction work and all fences/gates have posh (but useless) kissing gates.
3rd Sep 2007 13:00 by SidAndBob
I often drive by this trig on the way home from work. There are no closed paths or fences as in the previous logs. Good, if unremarkable views to all sides. Unbelievably the flush is on the side sticking out from the hedge, which makes a nice change.
18th Mar 2007 16:25 by lackofluke
It's still there. I didn't encounter any 'Construction site' notices approaching from the south, but the trig is behind a barbed-wire fence. 2nd of 2 UBVs today.
20th Oct 2006 16:00 by Rhayader_wanderer
Legally inaccessible at the moment and possibly managra will be the list to site it. Trig appears to be within the area that will become the new local sport centre. All PROW access is curently closed and there was still activity behind the keep out notices. Good parking though at the closest road
8th Sep 2006 10:20 by Managra
31st Jul 2006 13:00 by The Flying Boots
Had a day off from work and took a day off from Geocaching to spend the day Trigpointing. There's construction work going on at the end of the lane and a sign said no pedestrians. I continued because of the right of way marked on the map. A fence has been erected right across the footpath but it was easy to jump over close to a gate on the field side.
6th Aug 2005 14:30 by mickandshane
We parked at the pub and walked to the farm along the metalled track. The trig is to the south side of the hedge and east of the track as Father T says. The FB faces south. Plug with heavily indented lettering.
21st May 2005 13:55 by Glaslyn
Cheated a bit and drove up the lane near to farm,middle of a thunder storm and hammering down ,just in hedge,easy access off footpath.
23rd Apr 2005 14:30 by Father Ted
Followed in Ianmacs footsteps quite literally. I think saggy nanny was a little disorientated here – I make it on the south side of the hedge east of the track.
20th Mar 2005 12:00 by iainmac
6th Nov 2004 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap deep letters, N side of hedge just W of track, edge of pasture
Montaged by JWR ©peregrinus
24th Jul 2004 13:01 by desperate dan
In a hedge in a pastoral field. The Forest of Dean seems to go on forever looking in all directions except east. Easy access from Stockwell Green.
3rd Apr 2004 12:20 by fasgadh
Outside Cinderford, past a traditional farm. Used as a scratching post, and I was soon spotted by one of the locals who brought her calf over for a scrounge. Good condition and intact, buried in a hedge. Very fine views over The Forest. On the way to a NGOC Saturday event at Bixslade. Parked next to a Bristol City fan.. This is where us Hereford types overlap with City and The Gas.
St White's Farm Bronze
15th Apr 1999 10:18 by vegibagger
4th May 1981 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Plain pillar against hedge in pasture.