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Name:Sandhurst Hill
Hill number:17454
Height:88m / 289ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Gloucestershire (CoU)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SO 83832 24981
Summit feature:no feature: ground c 300m NNE of trig point
Col:18m  SO861237  
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 23 users)ByDate of Ascent
Various diversions because of the Severn flooding so ended up using the track from the east. There is a track which skirts the house to the right of it, ascends through an orchard and then across the track to the trig. No crop today so roamed about possible high points.clivevilla20/11/2019
Tractor tracks through field of ripening oats to summit area W of the 2 trees.RichardM02/07/2019
Parked at Red Lion, f/p all way to the trig. Then back to suggested high point using tractor lines as far as possible. Not convinced this was higher than trig though.Aye Jimmy09/06/2019
Parked at the Red Lian, Norton. Delightful setting. Good path up to arable field. Had to make do with tyre tracks.Campbell Singer17/07/2018
Walk up from Red Lion, back down Rodway Lane to return via the Severn Way.AngiLala06/08/2017
From Bishop's Norton.Busy path.Adrian08/10/2016
Parked opposite the pub by the river and walked up from NE on PROW all the way to the top.Swindon Bagger23/02/2016
From ne, breezy moonlit night. Initially muddy, otherwise good walkRHW20/02/2016
Walked from pub, W beside river and back over hill.Arbie27/11/2015
From Red Lion pubrhalstead25/10/2015
Took Brian Matthews' route from the pub. Visited the trig and then the high point. Left waterproofs in the car so of course it rained...Herbert Anchovy15/09/2015
Nice walk up from Red Lion pub by River Severn at 848258BrianMatthews08/09/2015
From Brawn Farm along bridleway with BhreacPeterD10/05/2015
From Bishop's Norton, parking on grass verge at SO 84884 24425. RoW to trig pillar, then across arable field to HP somewhere to W of a pair of trees in middle of the field.jonglew24/02/2015
Up from Bishop's Norton.arranc09/02/2011
visited the trig pillar. Cant recall if it was obvious that higher ground was 300m away. Probably not. May have to re-visit for honourable certainty.vegibagger13/09/1998
andrew brown13/05/2015