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Name:Bushbury Hill
Hill number:17351
Height:184m / 604ft
Parent (Ma):2870  Walton Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Wolverhampton (UA)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SJ 92876 02476
Summit feature:no feature: ground where path meets fence
Col:148m  SJ939017  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 127 139
(1:25k) 219N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Northycote Farm car park. Through cemetery, out the back into a pasture then over a high gate. HP seems to be the beech tree that provides a good vantage point for the effectivey inaccessible trig pillar.jonglew18/12/2019
whilst trying to spot adjacent Trig pillar, which can be seen once i had climbed the beech tree and peered through the branchescjo27/10/2019
Parked to the NE at the cemetery SJ930029.David Evans01/08/2019
9 of 10 on epic 49.3 mile bike ride including church hill, wrens nest, Dudley castle, netherton hill, ridgehill, blackhill, wrottesley hill, tettenhall woods, bushbury hill and essington hill. Trig must have been hidden in the bushesThe-Z-Man15/09/2018
Parked at the school entrance. A short walk up to the summit. Good views. Cows also enjoying the views in a adjacent field.Play2End26/08/2018
1st of two tumps today This one a 3.2 mile out and back from Moseley Old Hall (NT). I took a track through woodland heading Sse then headed Sw on a footpath taking me to minor road and cemetery entrance, continuing along same line up between fences to reach corner near stone obelisk (poignantly,a teddy bear resides in the centre). I climbed over fence to cut across to footpath once over a gate then easily along to high point next to compound fence. A local man ssid there were good views of the Wrekin on a good day- not today, sunshine and snow showers every 15 mins. Returned to cemetary, this time climbing over a green gate in the fence then over a wooden fence. I took minor lane then bridleway near Northycote farm to rejoin outward route back to Moseley Old Hall.Dazingdale17/03/2018
Little walk with Minnie post op, from Northycote Farm parking, good path alonside Underhill lane to button island then easy up Bridleway to top, some reasonable views in places, mostly Sunny, cold wind & dry..apricorum16/01/2018
Made the same mistake as HA resulting in awkward exit from cemetery, easy after that to summit. Couldn't see trig on top of reservoir, too much foliage in summer? Returned via f/p leading down to Wildtree Ave., then back along road to carpark.Aye Jimmy24/08/2017
summit crossed on a hike that I lead for our troop -1st Fordhouses scoutsM0YDH22/07/2017
From Wildtree Avenue.Ramblingpaul12/07/2017
Parked in the country park car park. The bridleway has been diverted around the cemetery (and thus starts further to the SE than shown on the map). I made the mistake of trying to follow the route shown on the map and found myself trapped within the cemetery which was enclosed by an eight foot high fence. Fortunately there was a gate I could climb to save myself back tracking (it wouldn't have felt like a west midlands hill if there hadn't been a fence to climb). Short but pleasant stroll thereafter to the high ground next to the compound.Herbert Anchovy04/07/2017
Short walk from Wildtree Ave.rhalstead12/03/2017
From Wildtree Avenue, along BW. HP outside compound by fence.PeterD23/10/2016
Having asked the local kids if there was a secret way in to the compound (they'd know and there is not) I settled for spotting the trig from distance. The natural ground outside the perimeter is unremarkable.stig_nest21/04/2016
From footpath at bend on Wildtree Avenue.Barbara Singer23/02/2016
Walked up well made footpath from Underhill Rd adjacent to cemetery extension.Campbell Singer23/02/2016
Parked in Crematorium. Up fp from 933028.ngthack29/11/2015
There are some new roads that are not on the website map.clivevilla29/08/2015
Looked at the pretend tree, but couldn't see the trigpoint.Alancache20/08/2015
Walked along bridleway from the NE to the south of the cemetery but too short to see the trig.Dugswell225/03/2015
Column just visible by standing on water board railingsarranc22/09/2011
Alan Caine17/08/2019
Mark Sims14/04/2016
andrew brown27/12/2014
carole engel24/12/2013
Col Fleming10/09/1987