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Name:Willow Hill
Hill number:17481
Height:53m / 174ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Gloucestershire (CoU)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SO 86393 27963
Summit feature:no feature
Col:17m  SO875294  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 162
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the pond in Apperley as others.clivevilla20/11/2019
Path from village green. Level summit area. Hay field, grear views.RichardM02/07/2019
Narrow overgrown f/p leads off from near the pond with weeping willows by the church in Apperley. Up field and over stile onto flattish summit.Aye Jimmy09/06/2019
Alan Caine05/08/2018
Easy stroll up from the pond at Apperley. Good viewpoint for such an insignificant top.Campbell Singer17/07/2018
Mark Sims06/03/2018
Warm day - pleasant walk uphill through an orchard from the Farmers Arms.AngiLala27/08/2017
A pleasant pre-brekkie walk to clear a wedding party hangover.summitter27/08/2017
Parked in the village to the East and took footpath starting opposite the church. Short walk up to the summit of a beautiful red sunset.Swindon Bagger23/02/2016
From se, moonlit stroll from near pub, which has a cut benchmark. My penultimate Section 39 tumpRHW20/02/2016
Pleasant stroll from SE up through old orchardGordonAdshead31/10/2015
From Apperley, straight forward up and down.rhalstead25/10/2015
Short walk from the pub.Herbert Anchovy15/09/2015
Easy ascent from village, flat top but good views. With A and BPeterD12/09/2015
andrew brown13/05/2015
From the church, short walk up to broad flatish pasture. Not easy to determine a precise HP.jonglew24/02/2015
Friday morning on Apperley following in Peter Collins footstepsvegibagger22/02/2015
As for Adrian.arranc20/02/2015
HP in pasture field to S of the barn, by leaning tree. Great views.Adrian01/11/2014