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Name:Middleton Hill
Hill number:2225
Height:204.8m / 672ft
Parent (Ma):2224  Brandy Hill
RHB Section:31C: South-West Wales
County/UA:Pembrokeshire [Sir Benfro] (CoU)
Catchment:Taf, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Tump (200-299m), Clem
Grid ref:SN 14649 11780
Summit feature:trig point
Col:163m  SN187128  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 158
(1:25k) OL36E
Comments:Twinning with hill 2224 removed Aug 2013
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 52 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Gate at SN144114. Up left of crop field to gate at SN144116. Up/around right edge of crop field to area of 'fort'. Trig visible despite 5ft high bracken. Good views. Visited after Brandy Hill as insurance against it being re-twinned.Neil Midgley24/06/2018
Up field from ssw. Trig sitting on eastern end of tumulusvegibagger08/11/2016
Parked on the road. No public footpath so I was a bit concerned what I would say if the farmer asked me what I was doing. I decided that I studied hill forts.clivevilla15/11/2011
Two fields but still needed to navigate to find a trig.Eddie24/02/2011
Easy stroll from SSW. Managed to avoid being spotted from farm (fortunately they weren't bringing in the washing as I passed). All gates were open!chriswatson08/11/2010
From road to SSW 10-min walk through field just E of farm then 2 more fields to trig point on old earthworks. Lovely day, lots of birds. dbb16/06/2010
Short walk.Dusty11/06/2009
Easy access over gate before Middleton Farm then thro' 2 gates before climbing earthwork to summit trig. No vegetation or fences were harmed bagging this easy summit.Dugswell215/02/2009
Felt a bit furtive.destaylor14/08/2008
Walked with young Beth after coming off Moelygolfa. Did not see the wild white pony this time, but saw lots of deer. Nice bit of scrambling and rock climbing for Beth at the top.wee mac09/03/2008
Sneaked up without anybody seeing me. Bit of an earthwork near trig pillar.signyred29/06/2006
Done with Brandy Hill.marktrengove03/06/2005
small hillfort earthwk, in pasture, undramatic view. from SW is straightforward, from a gate just E of Middleton Farm driveway, approx SN145113. Head N then NE: gates all the way. Hidden from view from the farm by tall hedge / trees. Tip-off by Eric Hardman; last time I'd gone from SE which is dire. RHW18/08/2002
With Darren. A friendly farmer escorted us so that we didn't get shouted at by the colnel who lived nearby!Chris Pearson23/04/2000
Over 3 fields to a WDP leading to column on small but substantial earthwork.arranc01/05/1999
Robert Kemp21/10/2018
carole engel14/05/2015
Steve Q02/08/2013
Tony S19/09/2012
Alan Whatley04/10/2008
Alison R10/06/2008
andrew brown28/09/2007
Martin R16/06/2007
John Kleiser16/08/2006
Colin Crawford11/07/2004
Chris Peart28/08/1999
Rob Rees13/11/1998
David Purchase09/08/1998