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Name:Sutton Bassett Hill
Hill number:17400
Height:137m / 449ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Northamptonshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SP 78441 89850
Summit feature:ground within 1m of trig point
Col:96m  SP780889  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 141
(1:25k) 223N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 35 users)ByDate of Ascent
Walked up the bridleway from Ashley.JohnW31/05/2020
By Trig by leafless hedge at side of stubble field, with farmland views under grey skies. Parked at Church in pretty village of Ashley.Denise 03/02/2020
Very muddy field bridleway from Ashley, the path no better. Summit all very level. Arable field.RichardM03/02/2020
Mountain/hill walking since 2004, hill bagging since 2015, 938 hills bagged and this is the first time I have ever bagged the closest tump to my house, only 14 miles in a straight line. Parked in Ashley and walked up easy footpaths across fields to summit, nice rural views considering the area, warm and sunny.DanTrig30/09/2019
Pleasant walk up from west at road junction and past Lodge FarmMark Sims01/03/2019
Along the Midshires Way. RoW goes across a muddy arable field near the HP.jonglew19/11/2018
as for Dudswell2arranc10/07/2018
Footpaths from Ashleyrhalstead25/02/2018
Market Harborough to Thorpe Langton.Smudge30/12/2017
From the NW past Mill House in rapidly fading light. trig near hedge. County completion.PeterD29/11/2017
Trig and Tump bagged in sunshine after walking in from the west passed The Lodge Farm.Dugswell207/08/2017
Farm track from ENE which ends at pylon and crop fields. Then tractor lines through crop to trig in hedge - on the wrong side! Prickly push through.Aye Jimmy04/08/2017
From SP770897. A break in the journey home from Far East Anglia.summitsup31/07/2017
I parked on the road to the NW then followed ROW over several fields, intended to come back the same way, however, the field had some very frisky bullocks in it, so i took a diversion (coward I am :)) and went full circle and went back through lodge farm and back up the road. Pillar good condition and located at hill top on field boundary a few metres from the ROW, nice quiet area.griefmiester10/05/2017
A sunny walk up from the west at 2.00pm. the final TuMP of 8 and half hours to climb / visit all of the 18 Northants TuMPs (including my new find of Naseby Hill) - started at 5.30am - at first light -and all in wellies (lots of mud after heavy rain the day before)- so hardly rushing.Chris Pearson23/03/2017
Pleasant circle from Sutton Bassett on a grey dayColin Crawford10/01/2017
From Weston Rd past Mill House (ruin). Trig and round top field.chrisbien07/10/2016
Good parking on grass verge just before Lodge FarmGordonAdshead19/07/2016
Final hill of three with Lexi Rue, my partner's Labradoodle on a 16 mile walk from Uppingham to Market Harborough via Prestley hill,Bringhurst and then followed footpath into Drayton where we took the Medbourne road to SP815919 and then followed the Middleton road into Ashley,taking a fp SW to the Midshires way. It was a short walk upto the trig and then the summit.Dazingdale03/03/2016
Parked at start of fp to the east. Good track and then fp round edge of fields to obvious TP. Final Northants hill. Quite a pleasant bunch.Campbell Singer19/02/2016
Parked on a minor road just over three quarters of a mile away from the top, an enjoyable and easy walk up. On the other side of the hedge appeared to be a grave stone or possible memorial which was fenced in along with a bench. I have managed to identify the deceased as a leading figure in a local metal company but as yet I have failed to find information about if or why he was buried here. After locating the trig point I noted the top was a few meters down located between a tree and gate.timday17/09/2015
Northants completion with this one.ngthack03/09/2015
Arable field.Adrian18/05/2014
Climbed w Mark T, for trig and high point. Cycled from home on a warm day in summer.Corn field as I recall then.nordicstar01/08/1975
Jonathan Russell09/12/2017
andrew brown10/08/2015
carole engel16/11/2014