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Name:Moneylaws Hill
Hill number:5285
Height:246.3m / 808ft
Parent (Ma):2318  Housedon Hill
RHB Section:33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne
County/UA:Northumberland (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Submarilyn
Grid ref:NT 87258 34720
Summit feature:no feature: ground 10m SE of trig point
Col:106.3m  NT 9063 3470  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 74
(1:25k) 339E
Survey:Leica RX1250
Comments:New Submarilyn Jan 2013. Drop measured at 140.0m
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 43 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked on grass verge just below start of farm track at 884345 - Up track & then along N. edge of wood to gate - Over gate & then along S. & W. edge of cultivated field to gate by wall/fence junction at 876347 - Over gate & across sheep pasture to summit & trig point. (S)gerrybowes26/09/2018
With Jenx and Bryher, just after the 300+ horses of the Flodden ride out had passed. Up from the barn at Barley Hill. Tried to use FP but overgrown through woods so took a more direct line down sides of cornfield. Came back more direct in SE direction using the line horses had taken to join end of track that leads back to Barley Hill farm.nordicstar10/08/2017
The mass horse ride at the start made this memorable. And the golden barley fields.jenx10/08/2017
FP to SE does not exist. Use track further NE to gate at NT881350. Then west on fenced track to pasture. This field is occupied by 6 inquisitive but friendly horses. The small patch of woodland ahead was occupied by a herd of mad cows - 3 jumped the fence INTO the field I was in, the rest ran round thru' the wood to join the horses and await my return!carole engel18/06/2017
From track N of Barley cott. Up far side of wood. Two arable fields with a good 10 metre grass boundary and pedestrian gate.Eddie04/04/2017
As others, started at Barley Hill cottage. Much digging activity on small hill just to E of Moneylaws with JCB excavator, dumper trucks - perhaps a mast or reservoir being built?Aye Jimmy02/08/2016
Route as per Dugswell2. None of this is on access land, but no problems - no-one in sight.Crib Goch10/10/2015
As Dugswell2.Campbell Singer08/10/2015
Parked near gateway well above Barley Cottage to use obvious track then walked along wood edge then through two fields to summit near trig with Phil Cooper.Dugswell209/11/2014
New English sub Marilyn. Park at Barley Hill (empty) follow crop lines north to a cross wood, turn left and over thin crops to a final sheep field and the column by a stout wall.arranc10/06/2013
Up from the holiday cottage at the south side of a somewhat enigmatic footpath. Arable fields have big unplanted strips and the summit is by a dyke in pasture. The triangulation pillar is dented, but otherwise in good shape - and exists!fasgadh27/02/2013
Branxton to Milfield: Slow progress from Flodden Field memorial along icy lanes then soft snow over the fields. Wonderful views of winter landscape in sunshine.Smudge26/01/2013
Easy parking to ENE on bend. Followed field edges. Top in pasture.destaylor07/06/2012
Detective work is needed to find any trace of the nearby footpath, by rights it goes through the middle of a crop field.JohnStoneham04/09/2011
With Darren on a nice sunny evening after an awfully wet day.Staying at Kirk Yetholm YH. Big circular straw bales in the fields. Nobody about unlike 500 year ago (almost)when 80,000 souls of James IV of Scotland's army were dug in on Flodden Hill at the east of the high ridge shared with Moneylaws Hill and about to be decimated by the English army who swung around to the north to cut off James'supply chain.Chris Pearson04/08/2011
Parked at unoccupied cottage 884 344. followed track then field boundaries.chrisbien12/06/2010
trig pillar no longer presentPhil M04/04/2010
pasture, visited in dark but likely fine view. tk N from 884346, then field edge & pasture to TP RHW14/09/2002
Superb views, Had to dig the Pillar out of a snowdrift to get down to the Flush Bracket.andy02/01/1994
Dave Geere06/02/2017
Andrew Simmons15/11/2014
Alan Whatley02/07/2013
andrew brown28/06/2012
Martin R28/08/2010
Colin Crawford20/10/2007