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Name:Summerfield's Hill
Hill number:17451
Height:95m / 312ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Lincolnshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SK 91934 44008
Summit feature:hedge bank 10m E of large oak
Col:59m  SK931471  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 130
(1:25k) 247
Observations:nettle-covered mound to E and track to N may be as high
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
Verge parking on Viking Way opp entrance to Carlton Ashes Farm. ROW through farm then farm track to trig, and another to the HP.... as much as it is. I made it at a solitary oak tree on a field boundary.jonglew18/10/2019
Parked at end of lane. To top then visited trig.Bramley10/04/2019
Able to drive along lane to a yard beyond Appletree Farm. The trig, which is visible from the yard but lower in height, is on track to the west and provides a good view. The Tump is due south on the west side of hedge and is probably a distinct tree to the west of the hedge junction.JohnW27/01/2019
Ancaster to Honington.Smudge26/01/2019
Linear route from Long Bennington to Ancaster. Approached on RoW from NW, visited trig out-and-back on a field margin balk and then out and back southwards to the summit. Agree that under the lone oak seems highest.Moorponder17/08/2018
From Carlton Ashes Farm along FP then track to Tree, back via Trig. Last Lincolnshire Hill.PeterD16/08/2018
From the NE on path through Carlton Ashes Fm then wide field margin S to likely high point under large oak in levellish farmland.RichardM14/03/2018
Parked at junction of Viking way and frinkley lane made way up on west side of speller wood to top corner then followed tree line towards silos to tump then turn left to trig. Retrace steps to silo then followed fp back to Viking way and road back to car. 1 hourThe-Z-Man16/01/2018
Trig then Tump on sunny afternoon.Dugswell206/07/2017
Despite walking to the summit tree I got the impression that the HP is the 93m spot height on track to trig point.Campbell Singer29/12/2015
Went to trig first then south to tump summit.vegibagger28/08/2015
Walked in from Viking Way along lane past Carlton Farm, but could easilly have parked at the mast (at 93)GordonAdshead16/07/2015
Somewhere near old tree or mound with nettles. Went to trig too over high track.Adrian25/05/2015
After business meeting in Boston- trudge through fields of knee high wet grass.Mark Sims18/05/2015
Took reading in hedge bank W of Spellar Wood about 10m E of stumpy oak tree. Higher mound covered in nettles a bit further E looked a more recent addition. Missed the trig, didn't realise it was there...Aye Jimmy12/05/2015
Visited trig point first then high point which appears to be by tree on southern edge of field.Wheelsy19/02/2015
Walked up here while staying in the area for a couple of days.Alancache27/10/2013
Hedgebank W of woodland edge. From E, pass upper house then follow hedgeline.. RHW17/11/2012
andrew brown08/09/2016
carole engel04/03/2014