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Name:Abbot's Hill
Hill number:18218
Height:139m / 456ft
Section:41: South Central England
Classification:Tu,1
Drop:53m
Col:86m  ST527090  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1091022/10/2015ST 53488 09894  F: Concrete water cistern.
O: Seems to be clearly in Somerset by approx 60m, so not sure why it's listed as being on the border and thus appearing in both Somerset and Dorset county lists.
jonglew
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Jim
1234826/02/2016ST 53270 09634  F: Ground in paddock c.3m W of henge
O: This is the S summit. HP is the Somerset side of the hedge, not as per os spot height. This doesn't appear to be a Dorset hill at all - unless (raised) hedgebank taken to be HP. OS spot ht is wrongly located on E side of fence which is steeply downhill.
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Up from W to cistern summit. Then south to twin summit in paddock, whose HP is the Somerset side of the hedge, not as per os spot height. This doesn't appear to be a Dorset hill at all.RHW26/02/2016
Walked up from minor road to W. Circular concrete water cistern at HP.jonglew22/10/2015
Judging by the signs on every gate the farmer is of the GOML persuasion. Ignored the signs and parked close to gate to the N and followed track along the edge of Coker Wood. Had to climb over dry stone wall, battle through a thin curtain of scrub and climb a bw fence to access the field with the circular concrete thing. Whether it's a nuclear fallout shelter, prison for abducted Albanians or reservoir I couldn't say but the efforts to keep people of this land made me suspect the worst.Herbert Anchovy29/04/2015
concrete circular item close to summit in pasture field.Adrian29/03/2015
stevent080921/06/2014