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Name:Gadbury Bank
Hill number:17259
Height:58m / 190ft
Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
Classification:Tu,0
Drop:31m
Col:27m  SO790315  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1212714/02/2016SO 79348 31617  F: Edge of rampart near NE corner of fortRHW
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2740605/05/2019SO 79342 31616  F: Ground on NE rim of hill fort.Aye Jimmy
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 15 users)ByDate of Ascent
Full circuit of the ramparts, south seemed higher, maybe.Adrian07/11/2019
Drove right round hill, 'Private' notices up on all sides. Parked near junction to NE, through gap in hedge at SO 7946.3182 about 5m SE of small overgrown metal gate. Across field and up wood. Nice in parts on top.Aye Jimmy05/05/2019
First of a three Tump bagging cycle from Hartpury college. From point 28 to NE. Gate into field with horse cross-country jumps, another gate into wood, and up to summit area.Minto12/04/2019
Found a gap in the hedge on minor road to E, across a field with gymkhana fences and through gate and up track.clivevilla24/05/2018
Still performing its defensive function ... nettle stings and bramble scratches being today's war wounds.summitter26/08/2017
From Point 28 and through gate across paddock and up ramparts covered in nettles. Probably easier in winter.Campbell Singer14/08/2017
Like others, from small gate on road to NE (point 28), then gated access track up to ramparts. Rapidly encroaching brambles put paid to much further exploration. Very disappointing hill.milimana10/07/2016
Like others I went over the two gates and did a circuit of the fort. Quite scrubby and lots of nettles but not too bad. Lovely sunny weather.Herbert Anchovy12/05/2016
From NE, gate W of road junction, path to another gate E side of hill, track up onto hillfort. HP seems to be on rampart up to L but I did full circuit. Centre generally lower and very scrubby. Anyone's guess where natural hp was.RHW14/02/2016
From gate to NE, through gate and up track. Flat top, but wandered around Southern, western and middle part of top.PeterD07/11/2015
From S: walked round banks of fortGordonAdshead31/10/2015
Pleasant wander around the western ramparts of this big flat little hill.vegibagger22/02/2015
From east. from top of field on access track to ramparts and around to high point to west. Nice hill.arranc08/02/2015
andrew brown06/07/2016
stevent080913/02/2016