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Name:Middle Down
Hill number:18464
Height:169m / 554ft
Parent (Ma):2909  Butser Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Hampshire (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SU 66936 22484
Summit feature:no feature: ground at N end of hedge
Col:135m  SU668217  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 185
(1:25k) OL3 OL32 119 132
Observations:high point could be artificial due to excavation for water tank
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
To east side of old hedge on levelish ridgelet by water tanks . Great countryside views on sunny breezy days.Return to East Meon Village hall carpark.Denise 06/08/2019
From the WSW on track along hedge line. Levelish summit with good views. High point just E of burried water tank. Intercepted by friendly game keeper on return to direct us back to the byway.RichardM06/08/2019
Bus from Petersfield to Clanfield east corner, then Windmill Hill - Hinton Down - Broadhalfpenny Down - Wether Down - Henwood Down - Middle Down - Pidham Hill - Barrow Hill - Petersfield.Mark Jackson13/10/2018
via field edge. Top is at end of hedgetrimarc217/04/2018
Permadrizzle but Molly dog needed a walk. 1 and half hrs circuit from East Meon ( chosen as Domesday village in 1986 to have a model created as to how its changed in 1000 years) . Same mud still around probably. Repeat ascent. Different dog.Chris Pearson10/03/2018
Climbed from Halnaker Lane after Henwood Down - ( steep direct descent through woods ). Small sign saying no PROW, followed field boundary to top. 100s of Pheasants. Crop ( corn ) was very thick on the top making detecting the HP very difficult.DanMaisieBex07/10/2017
Clanfield to East Meon.Smudge31/03/2017
Encircled the hill this time keeping to row on 3 hr circular walk from East Meon with L and Molly the Irish Terrier. We shared the dismay of a fellow dog walker whose muzzled greyhound rocketed off across the hill chasing a rabbit ignoring a barrage of owner shouting and whistle blowing. The rabbit's tactics with no cover was to run round in tight circles which seemed to be working.Chris Pearson31/12/2016
Camping at the Sustainability centre. Walked to East Meon to eat/drink at the pub and bagged a few hills on the way.Buck14/08/2016
From S, Coombe Cross, avoided No parking signs but not ideal. After Henwood, descended back to b/w then hedgeline to summit.RHW30/08/2015
Quick up and down from west following good direct tractor track alongside hedge. Gave Betty (dog) drink form tough halfway up. Bare field for last 50 metres to tree line on top.Chris Pearson28/05/2015
Parking at entrance to Bereleigh Estate on wide grass verge. Henwood Down first. Then down through woodland (Hen Wood) to Halnaker Lane to pick up a field boundary directly to Middle Down top.jonglew07/04/2015
andrew brown31/07/2018