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Name:Markbeech Hill
Hill number:18506
Height:149m / 489ft
Parent (Ma):2913  Crowborough
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Kent (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:TQ 47747 42638
Summit feature:no feature
Col:118m  TQ470427  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 188
(1:25k) 147
Observations:pasture N of reservoir compound
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
Pleasant final hill of my trip to Kent. Squeezed car into gateway oposite entrance up to reservoir some 400 yards SSE of Markbeech pub. Path up through clover field and great views. Drove back home to Manchester arriving 1900 (730 miles round trip)GordonAdshead31/08/2019
Parked at village hall. Hole in hedge 225m S of the pub, but a good field gate another 100m on. HP seemed near enough at the spot height, close to stock fencing, in an arable field recently sown.jonglew06/11/2018
Handy gate in the lane running SE from the Kentish Horse at Markbeech.squeegs23/09/2018
To trig, then round res compound to summit. Trig in good nick. Still got its plug.ngthack16/03/2018
Ashurst to Hever. Via the (not locked) wooden road gate W of trig.Smudge12/01/2018
Great area for biking. Excellent viewpoint. Slipped under the gate and up a few meters to trig which has Kent prancing horse on it.trimarc203/08/2016
Came up from Cowden Station. Followed the road North towards the hill to the junction then up to the hill from the left hand road.Dragonzilla06/06/2016
Came from the train station at Cowden. Walked northwards to the junction went left and then to the top.steverd06/06/2016
Parked at gate to SSE. Up through field to roundabout and trig. Then off to the summit - had a good walk around - summit could be anywhere. Pity its not the trig.destaylor20/01/2016
Up field passing top cottage other side of hedge. The Kentish horse flag of Kent (prancing white horse on red background) is neatly painted on each side of the bright white trig. The story associated with this flag is that sometime after the Norman invasion William was ambushed in the forest outside Strood astride the London Road (the modern A2). Wiliam's escort were overpowered and he found himself at the mercy of a group of outlawed Saxon nobles. In exchange for his freedom they were pardoned and as the men of Kent had overpowered the conqueror the county was given the right to use its old emblem and the new motto 'Invicta', 'Unconquered'. The pub is Markbech is called the Kentish Horse.Chris Pearson18/05/2015
Located in a small clump of trees next to a fenced off reservoir, pillar is in very good condition, a few metres from the summit. Nice views over surrounding farmlandgriefmiester13/12/2005
carole engel14/02/2016