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Name:Mursley Mound
Hill number:17372
Height:162m / 531ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Buckinghamshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SP 82317 29001
Summit feature:no feature: scrub NW of barns
Col:132m  SP815236  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 165
(1:25k) 192E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 34 users)ByDate of Ascent
From bend in road. Round left side of barns.PGCE25/06/2020
1st of 3 tumps today on my Bucks completion day. Train from L Eaton to Tamworth, then to Milton Keynes Central then train to Bletchley, taking 50 bus to Mursley. Used fp next to bus stop North of church then veered off at gate to head directly for scrubby area. Nice view of Water tower. Return via track, first using large field then cutting across two hedges. Sat reading 'Creed' by James Herbert before taking 50 bus to Winslow then 67 bus for Oving...Dazingdale18/01/2020
From end of lane. Nocturnal but not dark, owing to light pollution from wretched Milton Keynes. Summit probably in brambles near trees in tyres. Mursley looked nice. Buckinghamshire compleated.Wycombe Wanderer21/12/2019
Solo, go round the left of the barns is quickest routesimon and co11/09/2019
Last Tump before heading back to Preston after 5 nights away.Dugswell226/02/2019
Far Bletchley to Westcroft.Smudge06/01/2019
My last hill on OS 165arranc30/06/2018
From the bend in the minor road. HP is in scrubby area behind barns. A little tricky if the farmer is around.clivevilla31/05/2018
Parking room on the road bend and then an easy walk to the rear of the barn on a day of thawing snow.JohnW04/03/2018
Christmas trees still there with their price tags in place. One was £79 so a huge amount of lost income.Herbert Anchovy05/02/2018
Buckinghamshire completed. 19th of the day. Round the back of the barn into overgrown field. Interesting use of old garage doors on side of barn.Campbell Singer09/12/2017
Parked at bend 180m to SE of barns, walked up lane then went around back of barns, all quiet. Old Xmas trees still lying in the scrub.Aye Jimmy09/10/2017
High speed bag due to farmer working in nearby field. A nondescript hill although there's a bit of a view from just outside the front of the farm.wheresthepath23/07/2017
Found the mound behind the barn, which is now a graveyard for unsold Xmas treesDC11main18/03/2017
Old garage doors form a mosaic wall to the left side of the large barn.The Mill Mound marked on large scale mapping to N of summit is likely referring to the site of a medieval windmill which apparently abounded in England from 12th C usually for grinding corn into flour.Chris Pearson02/10/2016
With Wendy.ijpowell02/09/2016
Short walk to back of barn.PeterD21/03/2016
High point NW side of barns in scrubby area; compound with masts lower. ***Revisited 11 Jul 2020 with grandboys Will & Jon.jonglew10/03/2016
SP 82400 29011 road near compound gate; SP 82303 28986 hedgeline r/o barn equal? Park short of farm and walk or drive to mast; r/o barn accessed thru farmyd, all quiet early a.m.. RHW08/12/2012
Went here to collect the trig point.ChinnockCblank
Mark Sims16/10/2019
Martin R20/09/2019
Swindon Bagger12/06/2018
andrew brown10/05/2016