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Name:Grendon Green
Hill number:2868
Height:254m / 833ft
Parent (Ma):2867  Hegdon Hill
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Herefordshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SO598573 (est)
Col:213m  SO587557  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 149
(1:25k) 202
Comments:Marilyn relocated to 2867 Hegdon Hill. OS large scale mapping indicates summit is c 80m SSW of trig pillar.
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 57 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Up track from main road.Campbell Singer08/02/2020
TD & CThis Dog13/08/2019
Over gate and followed hedge. Trig in crops. Solo.Dangerous Dave10/08/2019
About time we did this one - we've driven past it often enough over the years. Parked in the minor road to the W. Trig easy enough to find by following the fence line after the drive to Batchley kinks right.milimana29/04/2018
Short walk along track then into small wood to find well-hidden trig with the help of GPS. Afterwards had a good walk around the very flat summit area, highest point probably somewhere in field.Tony J02/12/2017
Parked in minor road just down from summit. Nipped up the lane and enjoyed 15 mins thrashing about trying to locate trig which finally managed to locate and touch. Well camouflaged. GPS summit as not sure where then back to car. Company: Soloiandesbottes19/10/2016
Parked easily at T junction. Walked up track. Can I help you? from a lady on a bike. Here we go thinks I. Mentioned about hill tops and she insisted on taking me to the trig then she was very interested in the actual summit - 3 or 4 candidates. Had a wander around. Very pleasant farmer lady. Summit probably in arable field.destaylor01/11/2013
Drive by on way home w Jenx, (Doug did park up and walk down lane to trig!). Rather damp, dusk conditions.nordicstar18/11/2012
Easy to approach, no climbing involved.JohnStoneham18/03/2012
It was a Marilyn when I did it. Unticked to avoid an unnecessary Tump!tim74720/08/2011
. CreakingHiker20/08/2011
Visited this top when it was considered to be the Marilyn.JohnW09/08/2011
I visited the trig point first and then wondered about where the higest point is. On walking back up the drive I think it may even be on the track by the water tower.Father Ted09/05/2010
Short walk down lane past water tower. At back of small wood by fence. Former Marilyn.Aye Jimmy05/05/2009
Parked on the byroad from the A44 to Bilford. I walked a short distance on the A44 and then on a track towards Batchley. I was wanting to reach the highest point of Grendon Green. The map shows a trig point, I couldn't find it. The area is rather flat but I am sure I reached the highest point.pwbellarby02/05/2008
Very dirty trig makes it tricky to spotsignyred28/11/2006
Easy walk up track, did at same time as Hegdon HillPeterD30/08/2004
As we were passing decided to stop and get this old Marilyngaryhoney07/09/2003
With Garway Hill (Marilyn at the time)JohnIvor04/07/2002
Column in thick hedge surrounded by nettles and barbed wire.arranc29/08/1998
Barbara Singer08/02/2020
Alan Faulconbridge21/04/2019
Alan Whatley23/11/2018
andrew brown21/03/2018
Alan Caine26/01/2018
Steve Q04/08/2012
Barry Smith30/10/2011
Martin R16/08/2008