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Name:North Hill
Hill number:17347
Height:187m / 614ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Buckinghamshire (CoU)
Catchment:Thames
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SP654140 (est)
Drop:38m
Col:149m  SP649144  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 164 165
(1:25k) 180E

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 40 users)ByDate of Ascent
davefh30/12/2019
Country stroll visiting Brill Windmill. Enjoying the last bit of summerSockpan30/09/2019
5th hill of 8 on a 36km traverse from Stone to Bicester, climbing Burn Hill, Waddesdon Hill, Ashendon and Dorton Hill continuing West onto a fp and following this Sw then fp Nw past Chilton park farm into the village. Explored the mound at the back of the church, the man-made mound in the cricket ground edge (man-made) the embankment beside the cricket club @ SP 65566 13911 (187m)beside Brae cottage @ SP 65374 14016 (187m) but the ground behind the houses seemed higher and I got my highest readings there of 188m @ SP 65410 14106 and SP 65405 14120. Grid ref SP 65410 14106 is just inside a long garden. Continued on the road to Muswell Hill...Dazingdale06/07/2019
Wandered around the village visiting the potential highest points mentioned by others. Mound behind church gets my vote. Solo.Dangerous Dave10/03/2019
En route to Christmas Carnival at Waddeston ManorBarbara Singer29/11/2018
Visited Brae Hill and the sports club mound.Herbert Anchovy21/11/2018
With NS. Parked in the village, wandered around including to the mound by the playing field behind the church. Then headed off to Dorton Hill.Owen B14/10/2018
Looked around village, very busy especially around Windmill. The GR(est) is in region of Windmill St., junction with Brae Hill maybe. Flashy Tesla S parked nearby.Aye Jimmy25/08/2018
As others, explored various high points.Wycombe Wanderer21/07/2018
GordonAdshead26/05/2018
Delightful village. Surprisingly large and functional in an elevated location. Wandered round as summit seems indeterminate but enjoyed the wander.Campbell Singer09/12/2017
Went to the bank in Sports Club grounds and also a bank the other side of the track in a pasture. 654140 is on an unadopted road by the fire station. All pretty flat.clivevilla13/08/2017
KC26/03/2017
stevent080925/03/2017
Wandered round this lovely village on a sunny Sunday morning. Worshipers leaving the church service were able to immediately stock up on worldly possessions next door at the antique and collectibles fair. Others who came here with worldly possessions on their mind included the 'Great Train Robbers' who in 1963 hid up in Leatherslade Farm 1 mile to the south. They were partly caught (so the story goes) after fingerprints were later found on a ketchup bottle and a monopoly game they had played with real banknotes to pass the time. Truly - Go To Jail! They were let down by one of their number who reneged on his promise to torch the farm (which one of them had bought in advance) after they fled.Chris Pearson02/10/2016
Walk by.arranc28/09/2016
DC11main27/05/2016
andrew brown10/05/2016
Trying to find a pub open Monday afternoon after a walk on Muswell Hill. Fascinating village-my next visit was on a Friday!pwheeler18/04/2016
Had a wander around village and as others have said, a few possible HP. Driveway in Brae Hill, the field at back of houses reached past garages in Windmill street and stile. The mound next to cricket club may be marginally higher but also looks man-made. Good views from the Windmill.PeterD31/03/2016
Had a walk round the village, a number of possible high points, driveway Brae Hill Cottage on Brae Hill a possibility.jonglew10/03/2016
Swindon Bagger30/08/2015
trimarc205/08/2015
A wander around the village and a visit to the excellent windmill on NW side of hill - extensive views. High point difficult to dertermine but GPS suggests the earth bank in the sports ground behind the church.RichardM02/08/2015
ngthack17/08/2014
Sprog16/08/2014
After Muswell Hill, this is a lovely spot. Parked up and wandered around. Highpoint could be in various places. Super sunny day. Picked up the trig also to south at field edge.nordicstar15/05/2014
melly120/09/2013
jnixon20/09/2013
BrianMatthews06/06/2013
Village and windmill are worth a visit. High point could be in a number of places, mound next to cricket ground is favourite.rhalstead18/05/2013
Bank beside sports club, access near church, over gate. RHW08/12/2012
HMP Bullingdon - Thame Pkwy Station.Smudge06/10/2012
A walk around Brill - lovely little village.ChinnockC04/06/2012
A retrospective armchair bag. Luckily when did Muswell Hill HuMP decided on a detour to look around Brill village and windmill and visit the trig. When on or very near the TuMP without realising.Hillsidenick23/05/2012
Jacqdaw23/05/2012
Approximate date - came here when my daughter was young, explored the village thoroughly so almost certainly went over the top. Remember it being particularly lovely with great views. Must go back sometime.wheresthepath01/06/2007
AndyS08/06/2006
Date unknown. Evening after work.A Brill bag.Adrian01/01/2000
maclrc01/01/2000