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Name:Windmill Hill
Hill number:17357
Height:178m / 584ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Warwickshire (CoU)
Catchment:Thames
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SP 43379 50195
Summit feature:knoll by trig point
Drop:36m
Col:142m  SP430505  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 151
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
Really enjoyable little walk. Parked in village by what looked like a disused hall. Walked north and turned left onto an unmarked path between houses. Wandered up through fields until I saw trig point off to the right. Again, lambing season - so lots of very sweet, very freshly born lambs.sjb13/04/2019
Interesting little top in trees with trig and grave. Easy on ROW from between houses in village opposite phone box.Mark Sims27/02/2019
1st of 6 tumps today; first of a 13 mile route from Mollington to Gaydon. Train from Nottingham to Leamington Spa then 77 bus to Mollington turn, using the D'arcy Dalton way to Farnborough then veering off footpath to the top. Sunmit knoll crowned with a few trees, flat gravestone to farmer abd wreath with bauble dangling from branch. Onwards to Oat Hill...Dazingdale23/02/2019
Up field from Eastern roadside on Farnborough village.vegibagger09/04/2018
From ROW in Farnborough, yellow arrows on gates and at ROW jct. From there I walked to the fence and HP, all in the same pasture. Good viewpoint in attractive countryside.pwheeler26/01/2018
F/p from Farnborough, trig and knoll with a few trees at top.Aye Jimmy11/08/2017
FP between cottages to trig and HP. .PeterD19/05/2017
1st of a Ten Tumps before Ten (pm)evening target after day on first aid course. A confident bluff needed to stride through the sturdy beef cattle in the summit field each of which after a brief face off lowered its head and horns and .. backed off, even the ragged one with a missing horn which looked more like a pantomime cow. With inconvenient timing as I was mid-undress changing into running kit at the car a mobile butcher van pulled up behind me (6.30 pm on a Sat eve)bringing out what passes for a crowd in this sleepy village of honey coloured houses. (Perhaps the van was selling previous occupants of the summit field?)Chris Pearson13/05/2017
Found the fp between cottages opposite the phone box in Farnborough. Pleasant walk up across pastures. 20 minutes up and down.Campbell Singer12/02/2017
Fenny Compton to Gaydon. Out & back from NW in misty conditions.Smudge07/01/2017
From the village which seems to be mostly inhabited by yuppies with Porsches. Didn't find the fp and ended up climbing somebody's garden fence.clivevilla29/12/2016
New fence round trigGordonAdshead10/07/2016
Sunny mild afternoon. Walked up to summit with Sonja. Footpath starts between houses nearly opposite 'The Inn' pub then crosses open pasture. The trig is beside a fence dissecting the circular mound and ditch at the summit.Skip31/10/2015
Straightforward ascent from footpath in Farnborough.JohnW07/09/2015
Bagged trig on a 10.5 mile circular taking in the Burton Dassett Hills.DanTrig08/10/2013
My last Warwickshire trig.arranc08/11/2011
Nice area.Adrian22/10/2011
While visiting trig.rhalstead29/05/2006
A pleasant walk up along a footpath from the picturesque village of Farnborough brings you to a bovine grazing field. The trig lies not far off the footpath to the right in a small copseFather Ted26/05/2004
RHW17/10/2003
jonrus196408/04/2019
KC18/01/2019
Jonathan Russell06/11/2017
ngthack01/08/2016
GaryJones04/03/2016
andrew brown04/06/2015
stevent080909/02/2014
asbown24/06/2013
Dusty17/04/2011