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TP6269 - Sutton Bassett
15th Apr 2013 19:07 by Harbcache
I took a long walk from Stoke Albany to this pillar. Great views from up here. Found at N 52 30.051 W 000 50.752
5th Aug 2012 11:44 by teasel
Didn't park by the bridleway and started off in wrong direction. Once on path it was easy to find, though a few of the rights of way have mysteriously disappeared. Pillar in good condition. Got very wet on the way back!
18th Apr 2011 14:35 by wrose
Quite straight forward to reach using public bridleway from the east. Pillar quite visible standing just away from the hedge (western side). Very nice location.
18th Apr 2011 08:00 by Dusty
5th Apr 2011 12:07 by M0NJW
13th Sep 2010 11:50 by Glaslyn
Footpath from east.
16th May 2010 15:17 by THE CYCLIST
31st Mar 2009 17:45 by asbown
parked at the lodge, not sure if these are full time houses or holiday homes but plenty of people about and nobody asked who I was as I left the car,no footpath signs so just walked through the plant hire yard and through the gate and up the hill without asking,nice views from the top,the footpath is signed at the top of the hill as straight back down to the lodge so not sure if it's been moved,diverted or somebody just does not want people about.
5th Oct 2007 14:30 by Rhayader_wanderer
The Lodge seems to be the favoured route and I'm adding a me to parking on the corner where the minor road joins. Watch out for the black dog in the farm it has a loud and sudden bark but no bite. Nice stiff climb after the last few days all 50m of it :-)
30th Oct 2005 13:00 by mickandshane
A pleasant walk from the road junction to the east of Lodge Farm. The pasture field was full of cows and calves but they didn't seem very interested in us. Plug with indented lettering.
20th Dec 2004 12:15 by Hillhappy1
Walked up the hill from the Lodge farm, bit muddy and in the company of bullocks and sheep but ok. At the top circumvented a winter crop to find trig on far side of field. Bracing icy blast with a bit of snow, so i didn't hang around too long, although the views were good. A spring visit maybe?
2nd Nov 2002 12:00 by peregrinus
TP at edge of b/w, VGC, metal cap