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Name:Bagot's Park
Hill number:16796
Height:160m / 525ft
Parent (Ma):2825  The Cloud
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Staffordshire (CoU)
Catchment:Trent
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SK 09295 28090
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:38m
Col:122m  SK085301  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 128
(1:25k) 244
Observations:ground 50m SW at SK 09250 28068 may be as high; flat summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 26 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked on grass next to road by the middle footpath to the N and followed this S across fields to Staffordshire Way. Once S of trig point a track on other side of field boundary led back to it, and kept out of sight of farm until last moment.Wheelsy15/08/2018
From Uttoxeter following Staffordshire Way and returning by roads. Lots and lots of mud on route. Trig Point in field near pylon.muzza229/12/2017
2nd Hill of two day on a Loop from Marchington climbing to Barns Hill first then using Hodge Lane, veering off on fp past Knypersley linking to Staffordshire way then on emerging from wooded section veering off to climb over fence then use crops as cover to investigate high land as per Aye Jimmy's grid ref- Gps recorded 162m @ SK 09223 28035. Trig point appears lower. Went back under fence to walk some way into crops recording 161m but it looks very flat. Highest point recorded was 163m @ SK 09242 28072.Incidentally Os maps also records a higher figure for the edge of crops SW of Trig point. Beautiful lighting today. I followed field edge then climbed into wood to follow tracks through the Marchington woodlands; Dixon's Hill, Birch Coppice to linking footpath onto minor road then back into forest on track to descend on minor road near Woodroffe's Cliff taking footpath back into Marchington using two headtorches. Some tricky overgrown stiles over streams.Dazingdale23/12/2017
Along Staffs Way from the north, Over stile at the end of the woodland, through gate on L, followed wire fences around the edges of the pasture to reach the TP.Moorponder16/10/2017
From pt.133m entrance to Marlpit farm. Easy walk on road up to trees at Parkstile. Path has been diverted here to avoid squelchy section. Crossed next field then diverted back along margins to top. No one about.stig_nest16/04/2017
Parking: Verge parking SK 09501 29192. Route: Westish along road, then head South on Staffordshire way to about SK090280. Travel East and over one fence to trig, and one more fence to possible other summit. Time taken: 48 minutes. Dawn clandestine bag.David Evans04/04/2017
As for Ramblingpaul.arranc07/03/2017
Parked at bend adjacent to New Thorntree Farm.Campbell Singer29/12/2016
Parked at SK090291 and followed marked footpath along private lane.Ramblingpaul15/05/2016
Parking and approach as described by RHW. Went a bit further in summit fields to maintain lower profile. Trig in puddle, but corner of crop field may be slightly higher.Aye Jimmy27/03/2016
Wet. Struggled to park anywhere near the track from the north.Mark Sims17/02/2016
Bull in final field!ngthack02/12/2015
6km loop from Gorsty Hill. Attractive wooded slopes to the north. Not much of a view from the summit.davidpettit8403/10/2015
With dadCubags19/09/2015
MeadowAdrian04/07/2015
My local Tump and apparently the highest point of the cliffs behind Marchington. With Cabe.simon and co12/10/2014
Long drive home from Abbotsholme school nr Ashbourne to Sussex- added a few trigs and Clems along the way Up path from north.Chris Pearson02/07/2008
pleasant spot on edge of parkland, minimal view. park 091290, tk to 091282, pasture to TP RHW29/12/2001
DC11main05/07/2018
andrew brown18/03/2017
DARRENG06/08/2016
GordonAdshead20/08/2014
RobertP21/06/2014
carole engel08/03/2014
RichardM16/02/2012
asbown04/10/2007