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Name:Alcock's Arbour
Hill number:19683
Height:106.9m / 351ft
Parent (Ma):2870  Walton Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Warwickshire (CoU)
Catchment:Severn
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SP 11398 56551
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:35.2m
Col:71.7m  SP 1109 5647  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 150
(1:25k) 205
Observations:summit is in open woodland
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 8 users)ByDate of Ascent
From lay-by to NE on main road. Along edge of wood at first then just through gate went into and up through woods. Faint track to top.PeterD02/07/2020
wet pathless ascent from SW corner through brambly undergrowth to obvious mound with ferns and ransom in deciduous woodland. Parking at NE corner of Oversley Wood, accessed from N by tunnel under A road.Nuthatch.Denise 18/06/2020
From the hidden car park at SP1105,5672 (accessed from N along track) First up Oversley Wood summit then E on track / bridleway to SW corner of wood by Bee hives. Up through deciduous trees to sandy/ pebble summit mound with Badger setts. Predominantly Sycamore with a few Ash and Oak. Under-story of Nettles and Dogs Mercury. Air scented with the trodden rotting leaves of Ransom.RichardM18/06/2020
Parked in field pull-in in Trench Lane. Crossed busy A46 then straight into wood and up through pretty mixed woodland. Pleasant conical hill. Returned via fp to the east through field then back along main road.Campbell Singer14/06/2020
Incorporated into a 6 mile circuit from Oversley wood with Lesley first exploring Alcester and the WT reserve beside the River Arrow, returning through Oversley wood. I branched off on fp, climbing via Sw corner. Easy-going through deciduous woodland. Top beside tree. Attractive row of colourful bee-hives on Sw edge of woodland. Lots of Common spotted orchids on verges of woodland tracks through Oversley wood. Warwickshire re-completed. We headed off to look at the Dovecote in Kinwarton afterwards..Dazingdale30/05/2020
Parked in gateway at NE corner of the wood and walked south along E edge of wood before entering the wood and easy walk to summit.clivevilla29/05/2020
From NE, layby, 150m along main road, RoW unmarked at start, OK thereafter. Well defined summit in open woodlandRHW28/05/2020
Can park in gateway at start of footpath/A46. Large layby 400m to East.andrew brown27/05/2020