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Name:Broadhalfpenny Down
Hill number:18487
Height:158m / 518ft
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 67266 16037
Summit feature:no feature: pasture
Col:115m  SU677170  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 185
(1:25k) OL3 119
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 24 users)ByDate of Ascent
From layby in East Street- Easy walk up bridleway to trig pt, through gate and to HP in meadow, bench to sit on! So easy I could have carried on to Scotland but I just returned to my car and bagged more trivial Tumps in this unexciting area S of the very good Butser Hill- E.Meon hillspwheeler01/06/2020
easy with handy lay by and ROW from NNEMark Sims18/02/2020
Parked in Clanfield and then off to Hinton Down to admire the observatories and the vineyards. Then using footpaths, Monarchs way and Harrowgate Lane to walk a 'circular' route to Broadhalfpenny Down and back to the car. Wet, Windy and very enjoyable.Buck29/09/2019
In domed grassy field with extensive downland views accessed via gate from track where the trig is. Layby where footpath joins road at junction to NE. The Bat and ball pub nearby will be of interest to cricket fans.Denise 02/09/2019
With Denise, copse of young trees with seat on summit, high point to its NE.RichardM02/09/2019
From Bat and Ball, down road, up FP to trig then across field to HP.PeterD02/04/2019
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
locked bike in spinney at road and took short pleasant walk up to toptrimarc217/04/2018
andrew brown30/01/2018
Clanfield to East Meon.Smudge31/03/2017
7 hour & 7 tops circular walk from Clanfield with L. Lost the dog or rather she lost us for a while in the long grass on the summit and also missed the trig pillar partly due to it being just on the next map and hard to see on my 1974 OS map that Im still using having bought it new on a family holiday way back then.Chris Pearson28/05/2015
Public car park at rear of Bat and Ball PH. Used Monarch's Way LDP to trig pillar then over fallow farmland to hill summit.jonglew05/11/2014
Walked on a day walk from Old Winchester Hill with a visit to the Bat & Ballphilhythe27/08/2011