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Name:Crockham Hill
Hill number:18393
Height:216m / 709ft
Parent (Ma):3686  Botley Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Kent (CoU)
Catchment:Medway, Catchment Boundaries, Thames
Watershed:Greater Thames Estuary
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:TQ 44576 51437
Summit feature:no feature
Col:175m  TQ453519  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 187
(1:25k) 147
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
33km walk around Westerham.atreides788731/05/2020
On the way to visit Chartwell House; my wife pulled the car up in a driveway on the road to the east and I did a quick circular jog up to the beehives at the top and back. Nice woodland, well-defined paths, and lots of friendly walkers about.wheresthepath18/02/2019
Open area, adjoining row of multi covered bee-hives. Located summit whilst walking along The Greensand Way as part of a walking-meet.Sussexman27/01/2019
Having 'bagged' Toys Hill earlier we walked over to this hill to also grab this hill. 2 hills in one day in Kent. I am happy with that.dave-harris27/01/2019
From the E. Good woodland tracks. HP probably E side house 'The Warren', by the bee hives.jonglew06/11/2018
Small parking place on busy Westerham Rd to north of fp. Summit near bee hives.Campbell Singer19/04/2018
from Hurst Green ststion and onto Toy's Hilltrimarc222/09/2017
Circuit from Hosey Hill Commonsqueegs30/07/2017
From east along BW. Beehives at HPPeterD07/03/2017
Edenbridge Town - Toy's Hill - Crockham Hill - Hurst Green. House on summit, strangely placed in the middle of the woods with no other houses near. Good trails through greensand woodlands.Mark Jackson25/02/2017
Parked to the East near Mariners Hill and walked up on the Greensand Way with Helen & Molly. Soon found the multicoloured Beehives on the summit. Did a circular walk around Crockhamhill Common and then returned.JohRvs28/08/2016
17th and final tick of my afternoon /evening. Headtorch ascent at 10pm -easy access from east up and along a small section of the 108 mile Greensand Way. Summit by beehives at side of house.Chris Pearson25/03/2015
Beehives immediately E of house approx at summit Easy access from E, layby.RHW22/02/2015
Numerous visits last one from home Jan 20th from Greensand Waygriefmiester20/01/2015
Oxted to Westerham. Just to ENE of the res. seemed like natural HP.Smudge19/12/2014
Parked on the bend to the east. Path. No access problems.destaylor29/01/2012
2h walk- Limpsfield Chart- GW- Crockham Hill- Squerreys Court(gate)- Limpsfield Chart. The scarp on the GW and the parkland near Squerreys Court were the highlights. Crockham Hill, though accessible with paths, was choked in Rhododendron on my visit. I hope the shrub has been cleared ruthlessly and with the respect and kindness gardeners show for slugspwheeler17/02/2008
Bagged at least thrice.On Greensand Way.Adrian01/01/2000
Greensand Way from Hurst Green to Sevenoaksrjf3519/01/1997
andrew brown20/05/2020
Colin Crawford26/06/2014