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Name:Lattin Down
Hill number:19335
Height:239.7m / 786ft
Parent (Ma):2906  Walbury Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Oxfordshire (CoU)
Catchment:Thames
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:SU 41485 83695
Summit feature:ground 2m NE of farm building
Drop:30.1m
Col:209.6m  SU 3624 8407  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 174
(1:25k) 170W
Observations:embankment at SU 41490 83730 is lower
Survey:KR 2x Hand Level/LIDAR
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
As per GAMark Sims03/10/2019
From roadside park at Ridgeway crossing to NEGordonAdshead21/06/2019
Parked by bend in track to north from where it was an easy stroll to the barn. Lots of cars but didn't see anyone except for a chap who had come to collect a truck load of portaloos.Herbert Anchovy20/05/2019
Parked on Ridgeway to NE, lane followed into farm buildings area to suggested HP. Top of approach lane outside farm seemed as high.Aye Jimmy29/03/2019
A learning summit as the copse is home of Oak Leaf Forest School offering specialist outdoor learning sessions. Here children according to their website can ‘explore; climb; build dens; swing and experience the natural world all year round, whilst learning and developing as individuals and building a lifelong love for the outdoors. Children can develop in many ways, particularly physically; socially; linguistically and most importantly in their self-esteem’. Any baggers aged Toddler to 7 years would be welcome on Tuesday mornings, or else best to avoid that particular time. All quiet this sunny sunday morning.Chris Pearson17/03/2019
1st of only 2 tumps on Stage 4 of the Ridgeway walk with Lesley on a route from East Challow to Goring. We got a lift back onto the Ridgeway from Iris, our Airbnb host. I approached this tump from the public fp to the South and the track, oth identifying the high ground next to a small Hawthorn tree. I also checked the spot height in the field but this was lower. Last hill was Warren Hill...Dazingdale25/09/2018
As for Adrianarranc01/11/2017
Did the 239m spot height & then wandered into the farm yard via the tall conifer hedge. Daughter not to keen too wander about the farmyard so made a retreat. Agree with Ngthack - it was an eerie place!DanMaisieBex23/10/2017
Along The Ridgeway to the Latin Down farm. Enquirer if I could obtain access to the hp in the farmyard. The lady occupant was very pleasant and cooperative and gave permission without a second thought. She was interested in the Hill Bagging website!Campbell Singer03/10/2017
Walk along PROW from road to theSE with Sophia Howard while staying at Order of the Cross gathering held at Quaker retreat centre, Charney Manor in Charney Bassett. Didn't have access to farmyard from this se approach because of high fence on north side of bridleway. Doesn't sound like there was higher ground there but now curious to know about this 'odd' farmyard from ridgeway approach from ne.vegibagger30/09/2017
Via PROW to south, the bank at the side of the path is as high as anywhere else.Swindon Bagger10/08/2017
From Ridgeway cp. as others. Past rough & ready rugby pitch to barn. Strange, eerie farmyard. People obviously live there, but deserted. Oxon recomplete.ngthack06/08/2017
Along Ridgeway from NE, up farm track past rugby posts, first to covered reservoir with mast, then to black water tank and barn. Between mast and water tank there was a small embankment next to a pile of wood shavings which may have been as high. Recompletion of county.PeterD23/07/2017
From Ridgeway car park to NE. Along The Ridgeway initially then along farm access track, past a covered resr. Wandered through farm yard, no-one about on a Sunday afternoon. Agree with Adrian, the black water tank most likely the HP. Had a walk over to the 239m spot height, in an arable field of ripening and very tasty broadbeans. Couldn't tell if higher or not, GPS giving same elevation as the black water tank and the covered resr by the mast.jonglew16/07/2017
From se as others, past deserted mini scout camp to outbuilding at highpoint. Oxon reconpleted on way home from Devon.RHW16/07/2017
Good parking on The Ridgeway at the west side of the junction with the B4494. Easy walk along track to farmyard.andrew brown12/07/2017
HP by barn (adjacent to black water tower)Adrian04/07/2017
Surveyed all candidates from a LIDAR analysis by hand level. Summit in farmyard.Galltywenallt02/07/2017
clique20/05/2018
Jim Baz12/05/2018
RichardM07/05/2018
stevent080902/09/2017