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TP6297 - Symonds Hall
27th Oct 2012 17:05 by CJO
Good views. Also possible to see monstrosity of a telecom tower a few KM to the south. A very tall concrete mast. Approach pillar from west by side of barn across grass fields.
1st Apr 2012 13:18 by g4wsb
10th Mar 2012 14:58 by dal
Approached from the W, so I was on the wrong side of a barbed wire fence. All looked fine.
21st Dec 2011 13:35 by arranc
29th May 2011 04:26 by Pyoung1s
28th Sep 2010 15:43 by edfielden
Quite easy to get to from field entrance on A4135 to S of trig. Walked round edge of field to E then N, over two gates and into grass field heading W to trig. Pillar sits in SW corner of field near a water trough; plug/cap missing; S sighthole open, all others plugged. Views off the Cotswold escarpment to the NW can be glimpsed. Some sheep in the next field were curious about my presence! Position logged from average of two readings from GPS device accurate to ±5m.
19th Dec 2009 15:00 by cmb1953
24th Jun 2008 13:47 by tom
The pillar sits amongst nettles at the side of a field of long grass; it lacks a cap or plug and has FB S1524. I parked in a field gateway on the A4135 to the south and then skirted a field of wheat and crossed a couple of gates to reach the pillar; I spooked a young deer that was hiding in the crops of an adjacent field. The site has a good view across the nearby valley and down the coombe to the Severn; there are distant hills on the horizon to the north and northwest. Hills are also on the distant horizon beyond the plateau to the south.
8th Mar 2008 16:30 by bluebeard
Went in along the fence line from the barns.
20th Oct 2007 09:40 by THE CYCLIST
18th Sep 2007 13:00 by Rhayader_wanderer
nothing to add
9th Jun 2007 12:20 by SidAndBob
A hazy day, so views not good. Trig looking a bit sorry for itself in an overgrown corner of the field. Plenty of road noise. By crop field.
Overgrown corner ©SidAndBob
27th Jan 2007 14:17 by Hartryggers
Parked just off the main road, trig on the opposite side of a freshly ploughed field
5th Mar 2006 11:49 by Glaslyn
Access off the A4135,follow hedge .Good views back to Severn Estuary ,May Hill and S Wales.
10th Apr 2005 12:00 by r.j.ogle
5th Nov 2004 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, no cap or plug, N side of fence, arable field
7th Dec 2003 13:15 by maurice
20th Sep 1998 15:00 by vegibagger
NW side of field wall
7th Feb 1998 00:00 by mickandshane
Plug with indented lettering.