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Name:Patchett's Cliff
Hill number:16951
Height:73m / 239ft
Parent (Ma):2836  Normanby Top [The Wolds]
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Lincolnshire (CoU)
Catchment:Trent, Catchment Boundaries
Grid ref:SK 93672 91796
Summit feature:no feature: ground c 40m W of trig point
Col:53m  SK944962  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 112
(1:25k) 281S
Observations:summit near field edge
Comments:Tump replaced by 18930 Ash Holt June 2014
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GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
From farm access track to WSW.jonglew18/10/2019
Went to bag this whilst passing. Gate to track to S has a fairly un-ignorable 'No Entry' sign on it, so walked N to field edge which leads directly E to trig, but crop was planted right up to the very edge and it would have meant trampling it, so decided to leave it for another day later in the year, when hopefully the crop will have been harvested.Wheelsy26/05/2019
4 of 5 on 59.5 mile bike ride including Sheffield’s hill, walks end hill, saxby wold, patchetts cliff and ash holt. Took wycombes advice but no sign of any farmers left bike in bush and gentle 10 minute stroll to trigThe-Z-Man05/01/2019
Using 1:250,000 map, unsure of trig location followed hedge lines from lane to north until I spotted it. Came back to find the farmer waiting for me. Unsurprisingly, he didn't immediately believe that I'd gone over there to look at a lump of old concrete. When I'd finally convinced him, including explaining what trig points are, he said words to the effect of 'takes all sorts' and was very reasonable with me. However, he was adamant that he did not want people trespassing on his land and that you are being watched. I promised to pass the information on - and so I have.Wycombe Wanderer25/09/2017
The 1st log of the day on a route completing North Lincs and the North-East Lincs County top, with my mum and Lesley. I parked in Hemswell and we took the footpath North through an avenue of trees before veering off over a racecourse to follow field edge to the minor lane (middle street)I continued solo on the field edge to the summit and then the Trig point. High point is close to a rough boundary mound running along the field edge. I re-traced my steps to the road and then back to Lesley and my mum where we followed the road to a footpath that went back into the village and then easily back to the car... next Tump: Ash Holt.Dazingdale14/01/2017
Walked from road along field boundaryRamblingpaul04/11/2016
Done whilst completing N. Lincs & Lincs. Because it was there.ngthack14/06/2016
As Aye Jimmy.David Gradwell14/02/2016
With Eire, Evan, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave10/01/2016
From W, parking at slight bend. Took rough boundary between two crop fields to trig. Highest point seemed to be about 40m from trig in N field, near rough edge.Aye Jimmy12/12/2014
P20 and then the trig point.Dugswell202/08/2014
Estimated date but correct period of time.thenomad01/07/1977
andrew brown07/06/2018
George Gradwell14/02/2016
Edwin Gradwell14/02/2016