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Name:Herrod's Hill
Hill number:19509
Height:203.3m / 667ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Nottinghamshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SK 46272 59832
Summit feature:SW corner of field
Col:172.1m  SK 4588 6010  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 120
(1:25k) 269
Observations:SK 46092 59762 in Strawberry Bank estate is of equal height
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
Round of 8 hills, cycling from Nottingham (90km). Early start and beautiful weather. Robin Hood's Hill, Herrod's Hill, Newton Lane, Newton Lane (Boundary), Silverhill, Mansfield woodhouse Colliery, Anne Bower Hill, Mansfield Hill.Nicky C15/05/2020
Parking on Strawberry Bank, as others. RoW initially then over some scrubby field boundaries to find the HP.jonglew11/02/2020
Access from Pennine Way. Uninspiring brambly field corner. It would be difficult to explain the allure of such a top.clivevilla28/01/2020
Good parking area on Strawberry Bank SK459597. Visited summit (easy access from Pennine Close). Also visited 2 other possibles: Turning circle on Woodland Avenue and banking under conifers by bird table (at parking area).David Evans25/01/2020
Nth completion of Nottingham. Day out with Judy from Manchester including Chesterfield Cathedral and Hardwick Hall. Took in Estate to E and then anticlockwise circuit of the footpath and road. Felt the most satisfactory high point is in the field at the quoted gridref.GordonAdshead11/01/2020
Had a wander around the housingestates and path network. The top of the drive at the High Point cattery on main road appears a likely contender as the other high spots. Ondrive back north from christmas festivities.cjo29/12/2019
Live nearby so made a quick visit. Took two separate readings with both my phone and my altimeter watch in both the field indicated by grid reference and also at corner of turning circle on Woodland Avenue and on all four occasions the Woodland Avenue reading came out marginally higher.Wheelsy29/12/2019
The two summits, knee over summit rule applied! Notts recompleted en route north, have been here before but not both summitsRHW24/12/2019
Good parking on Strawberry Bank by bend next to conifers. Possible HP on nearby bank by bird table. Walked round loop to emerge from Woodland Avenue. Boulder nearby with plaque originally resided further along Strawberry Bank according to a local. The LIDAR summit is on other side of Chesterfield Rd. Down hill to N short way to entrance to Woodend Farm Complex at SK 4616.5990. Lane for 50m to wooden steps on R and f/p sign on post, lead into first field. Hedge on L into small second field, across this, through hedge at lower end behind Cabin into third field. Summit at top corner passing over artificial ground surface, to where hedges and undergrowth meet fence behind houses.Aye Jimmy22/12/2019
Parked in Strawberry Bank. Felt that high point was in Woodland Avenue but explored all non intrusive tops. Nottinghamshire completed for the fifth time. Could the Tamperers please pick a more scenic county?Campbell Singer17/12/2019
Train from Nottm to Mansfield then bus to near Strawberry Bank. I visited the back of the garden (white wall) and either side of the hedge getting permission from the owner to visit spot height then over to Strawberry Bank estate walking right round, recording high point next to fp and also on bank near conifers. Plaque nearby states highest natural point in Notts. I got permission to explore a back garden but rear section artificially raised. Took a pic into another rear garden showing it is fairly flat. Continued via Herrod Hill spot height @ 199m (but got same height-maybe alt summit?) Brierley Forest park the over fence to walk on ridge of Rookery park, finishing at East Midlands Designer outlet, taking bus back into Nottingham.Dazingdale07/12/2019
2/2/2008 visited Woodland Avenue top because spot height available was higher than the Herrods Hill top quoted by Bridge. 23/01/2020 re-visited Woodland Avenue and additionally visited new top in SW corner of the field, using the FP on the other side of Chesterfield Road.Moorponder02/02/2008
On a walk from Mansfield Woodhouse Station to my home in Nottingham. Deliberately walked around the Herrod's Hill / Strawberry Bank area, convinced that the County Top was here. Looking back, I was obviously naive. Ah well, Notts. recompleted again. This time from the comfort of my reclining settee.Richard Gunn15/07/2000
Alan Caine28/06/2020
andrew brown27/02/2020
Owen B13/10/2010