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Name:Farm Hill
Hill number:18398
Height:212m / 696ft
Parent (Ma):2909  Butser Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:West Sussex (CoU)
Catchment:Arun, Catchment Boundaries
Watershed:The Solent
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SU 96141 14577
Summit feature:no feature: crop field
Col:149m  SU963142  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 197
(1:25k) OL10 121
Observations:flat summit area
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 26 users)ByDate of Ascent
at sunset on warm still evening with lovely rolling downland views. Luckily HP in stubble field, accessible via field boundaries and tractor tracks through ripe crops.Denise 20/07/2020
From the bridleway to NE then along fence line bounding the scrub access land to summit arable field very conveniently recently harvested. Levelish summit plateau with curving lines of stubble.RichardM20/07/2020
From Glatting Beacon, first along the bridleway, then straight up the S slope via gate. Summit area gained though saggy barbed wire. Easy, but it would have been better to continue on the bridleway and ascended the NE ridge. This was the way I went down and there is a farmers track on a broad verge by the fence (not the access land side) and no barbed wire to negotiate. Excellent views along much of this walk, continued to Barlavington Down.pwheeler04/09/2019
Short circular walk taking in Barlavington Down and Farm Hill from the layby on the road bend. Stubble fields so could take direct routes all the way.Herbert Anchovy12/09/2018
On the circular route from Eartham Woods Cp taking in four other hills, Nore Hill, Glatting Beacon, Farm Hill, Barlavington Down.philhythe28/10/2017
Arundel stn - Rewell Hill - Westburton Hill - Glatting Beacon - Farm Hill - Barlavington Down - Littleton Down - Court Hill - Levin Down - Singleton bus stopMark Jackson14/10/2017
After coming down Barlavington, along Public way before south turn along footpath then followed tracks around and to the top. With Rosalie on a now bright morning with good views all round.JOHNS22/07/2017
Date estejjohnstone01/07/2016
From layby on A285 at Dog Kennels. Barlavington Down first. Left RoW at first field bdy, over fallow field and into field of neeps for the HP, a little N of Hazel Comb.jonglew04/02/2016
From nw, layby by house; Barlavington firstRHW23/01/2016
Had run over the shoulder of this hill many times, but for my last West Sussex Tump followed the field margin then tractor tram lines through the whispy barley to the summit on a lovely warm summers evening. Great views looking along the Downs.The farm is part of LEAF (Linking Environment and Farming) and as such carries out green policies of land management and cultivation -with informative sign boards by the path.Chris Pearson05/07/2015
Fittleworth to Amberley.Smudge27/02/2015
With: hb; From Coldharbour CP up to Glatting Beacon, round to Duncton Down then Graffham Down. Descended to Graffham to Duncton Mill & Barlavington then the Inn at Sutton for late lunch. Finished with walk up by Coldharbour Fm to CP.Ian Baines04/05/2009
With: ib; Helen Baines04/05/2009
andrew brown27/05/2020
Steve Q16/06/2019