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Name:Barns Hill
Hill number:19271
Height:130.4m / 428ft
Parent (Ma):2825  The Cloud
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Staffordshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SK 11410 29580
Summit feature:no feature
Col:94m  SK107293  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 128
(1:25k) 244 245W
Observations:flat summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 26 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked by church to west, north to gateway beyond the house and up across pasture. Through gap in hedge to the right.clivevilla04/06/2020
Netherland Green to Little Haywood.Smudge25/01/2020
Up PROW. Summit through hedgeline.cjo04/05/2019
After finding the nearest geocache, I stepped over a horse jump, and then through a gate which had been left open and onto the summit.Alancache01/11/2018
Parked by T junction to south and followed footpath, then into field.Ramblingpaul27/08/2018
Parked near T-junction to S and followed path through field of inquisitive cows towards top. Had to cross two stiles to then find wooden 'gate', and then a metal gate allowed access to field to top in.Wheelsy15/08/2018
Parched domed grassy field, easily accessible through gate from RoW and with clear countryside views.Short circular route from church to W.Denise 06/08/2018
Field path from Woodroffe's SE then over old gate into field to E and finally into summit field via gate at NW corner. All pasture, cows in upper fields. Levellish summit. Dry farmland views under blue skies with scattered cumulus and banks of cirrus. Hot.RichardM06/08/2018
1st of two hills from Marchington, having dropped my daughter off at East Midlands Airport, I dropped into Subdury Hall for some amazing Celeriac and Truffle soup, then i wandered around enjoying the great lighting today before heading off to park in Marchington. I took a fp passing through many fields parallel with the B road before dropping onto Stock lane, then i took the footpath heading N and once over the stile nearby, pushed through the hawthorn brambly thicket (about 15m further on from the stile) then easily up to the flattish pleasant grassy top. Gps recorded 131m @SK 11406 29585. Back the same way to use footpath that became exceedingly muddy just before reaching Hodge lane at a Tudor style building called Woodroffe's. Lane followed sw en-route to Bagot Park....Dazingdale23/12/2017
Approached from the NW. The previously noted gap has been closed with brash and barbed wire. Just penetrable .....Moorponder16/10/2017
From pt.97m parked on firm verge. Stile is very ricketty. Longish grass to fallen tree bough which gas recently been chainsawn. Passed over next stile and then through a brambly gap. Not too bad. Top field awash with dandelions. No one about.stig_nest16/04/2017
As others, parked on verge at road junction to S. RoW with two stiles then gap in hedge; first stile about to collapse.Aye Jimmy05/04/2017
As for Simon and Co.arranc07/03/2017
Parking: Near road junction SK 11470 29245. Alternative (more covert) access to summit field in untidy hedge at SK 11347 29567.David Evans04/03/2017
From S, as others, on a cold drizzly late pm. Staffs recompleted - again - also Kirklees Calderdale Warrington and Stoke during a day of tidying. Back to 115 Counties completed - briefly...RHW12/02/2017
Glad to find the gap in hedge is still there. Last of three tops to re-complete Warrington and StaffordshireGordonAdshead29/01/2017
Eight short Staffordshire Tump walks today, with drives between. As others, parked at road junction to south and ascended by footpath and gap in hedge. When I got back to the lane, young lady from farm pointed out that summit is on private land.davidpettit8428/01/2017
Parked on verge by triangle. Along ROW. Found it quite difficult getting through gap in fence & brambles to summit field. Staffs recompletion.ngthack31/12/2016
As Simon and co except it was still dark.Campbell Singer29/12/2016
Since this is a couple of miles from my house I have often wondered whether it is a tump and I regularly jog nearly to the top. First ascent with Caleb. Easy parking by ROW to south, follow ROW up and cut through gap in fence at to through brambles to summit.simon and co24/12/2016
Martin R09/03/2020
carole engel11/02/2018
Mark Sims01/04/2017
andrew brown18/03/2017