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Name:Corse Grove Hill
Hill number:17249
Height:89m / 292ft
Parent (Ma):2854  Worcestershire Beacon
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Gloucestershire (CoU)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SO 82402 28258
Summit feature:no feature
Col:24m  SO793299  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 150
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 15 users)ByDate of Ascent
As Minto's route, and also by cycle. Leaning metal gate provides awkward access to woods and path which passes hide before reaching summit field. Large levelish summit, made a tour of the field as the hedge line on side looked as high.RichardM02/07/2019
Third of a three Tump cycle ride from Hartpury College. From the NE, at the N end of lane signed unsuitable for motors, which it really is, as I cycled down it afterward. The north and east sides of the NE end of the hill are encircled by one large field which had horses in when I was there. However, public footpath permits you to cross this field - no sign of any path - to a gate into the wood. A track climbs steeply to the flat summit.Minto12/04/2019
From the SW. Loads of sheep and lambs ran towards me making a lot of noise which was unfortunate as there is no RoW there.clivevilla24/05/2018
The top may be the horse paddock, it may be the hazel and ash mounds just in the woods. Wandered over it all just to make sure.summitter26/08/2017
From the east to south of Tirley Court. Avoided mature corn field and up through pasture to south of fp. Up through woods and onto track to summit in field.Campbell Singer14/08/2017
From lane near Tirley Court and through wood.Ramblingpaul08/07/2016
From sw, Hill Farm, muddy start, breezy moonlit eveningRHW20/02/2016
As PeterD.Herbert Anchovy15/09/2015
As arrancPeterD23/05/2015
from Hill farm, up 3 fields. sheep in some.arranc03/04/2015
From Staits Farm, parking on wide grass verge. RoW E initially then SE across paddock to field boundary. Then directly up through woods to summit pasture surrounded on 3 sides by pheasant nursery woodland (Corse Grove). HP somewhere in broad flatish summit area.jonglew24/02/2015
9.13 am frosty Sunday morning and little yellow Google man says in standing on the89 m spot which, surprisingly is a first log on here.I speculate as to whether a little hill with clump of trees on top to the south may be a tump. Barrow hill looks like it might be p29/30. Definitely worthy of surveyvegibagger22/02/2015
andrew brown06/07/2016