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Name:Puleston Hill
Hill number:16833
Height:118m / 387ft
Parent (Ma):2825  The Cloud
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Telford and Wrekin (UA)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SJ 73961 22602
Summit feature:ground 4m S of trig point
Col:79m  SJ744240  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 127
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 27 users)ByDate of Ascent
2nd tump of 9 today, after Hob hill. I parked at small layby with tree trunks across gap into field. Walked over to field edge, avoiding crops and followed hedge up switching to the other side as an opportune gap presented itself. Nice copse at the top.My 1st Telford & Wrekin top. Back the same away. Onwards to Chetwynd Park..Dazingdale09/11/2019
Parked to the NW on road bend SJ73728 22891.David Evans02/02/2019
trig pillarcjo27/05/2018
Passed comms mast on way where woodpecker was hammering on the metal. Apparently it wasn't just daft.They do it to disturb insects inside and eat them when they emerge.KC21/02/2018
Used open gate (non existent) to park in dry field. Crops now harvested so easy walk up over stubble. Small copse at top covered with head high bracken. Telford and the Wrekin completed. UA of contrasts.Campbell Singer23/08/2017
Took Gordon Adshead's route through barley and then wheat. The summit island was covered in chest high bracken which was still wet with morning dew.Herbert Anchovy04/07/2017
As for Dugswell2.arranc21/01/2017
Parked near postbox, road and then field edges to trig and HP.PeterD17/01/2017
Parked near bend where there is a handy gap that allows field access then walked in my black wellies with Alex and Smudge to bag the summit and trig.Dugswell214/01/2017
Carbagging with Dugswell & AC. As per Gordon's route.Smudge14/01/2017
Parked by post box and made way around field perimeter (potatoes in field this year) nice trig :-)heavyhorses09/05/2016
Took lane E from S end of Puleston, then into wood above as soon as possible. Followed narrow curving wood round to end of heavily ploughed field. Along hedge and up to summit mound with trig.Aye Jimmy03/04/2016
Parked near the end of the lane and followed it around. Trig is on a little island of his own in the field to the left. Took the boys.Laura.W25/03/2016
As GA. First of T & W completion.ngthack31/01/2016
From Puleston via track to the comms mast and game pens. Bracken rampant and nearly hides the TP.summitsup02/10/2015
As GordonAdshead. Pretty bluebells around the top.clivevilla04/05/2015
Gap onto fields from Road bend to NW, then up South side of field boundary: Nice little topGordonAdshead27/01/2015
Martin R20/03/2020
Alan Caine13/01/2018
Alex C14/01/2017
andrew brown18/06/2015
carole engel09/02/2013