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Name:Milbury Heath
Hill number:19130
Height:109m / 358ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:South Gloucestershire (UA)
Catchment:Severn
Class:Clem, Other lists
(Cm,O)
Grid ref:ST 66706 90108
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:17m
Col:92m  ST654888  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 162 172
(1:25k) 167
Observations:flat summit area
Comments:included in the Clems; alternative summit of hill 17435
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 23 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked to the WNW in hard-standing lay-by in Green Lane ST665901.David Evans16/03/2019
Parked in the small layby just in Green Lane and walked across the field on the footpath.clivevilla10/10/2018
From f/p on Green Lane - short walk to perceptible riseBramley26/12/2017
1/3 (MIlbury Heath/Abbey Hill/Kings Weston Hill)Fergalh10/10/2017
Parked by stile. South Gloucestershire cleared for 3rd time.Ramblingpaul17/04/2017
Path from west. There is parking for two cars by the stile.DC11main17/03/2017
Great day: 350 miles to recomplete two countiesGordonAdshead09/03/2017
A national controversy raged in this sleepy spot when in 2004 the garden centre got DEFRA permission to kill 3 robins (1 adult and 2 chicks & their nest) as they were a nuisance flying into and out of the cafe through air vents and triggering alarms at night. The RSPCA objected to defend Britain's favourite bird (of 2015). Not the best move for business by the garden centre. Perhaps, to liven up a rather ordinary field ascent you could then try walking into the garden centre wearing a batman costume to ask if anyone has seen your friend? Web states there are @8.4 million robins in Britain. We once had a robin nest (without DEFRA approval)in our shed inside Ls upside down cycle helmet and one morn the fluffy chicks fluttered into our lounge - welcomed.Chris Pearson06/02/2017
as for Swindon Baggerarranc04/09/2016
Path from w. Level pastureRHW22/04/2016
As others.Herbert Anchovy19/04/2016
Solo. Easy parking at the garden centre on chapel lane.simon and co03/12/2015
Really easy bag, parking in the village over the style and follow the PROW diagonally across the field. Exact point of summit could be anywhere in the middle of the field.Swindon Bagger25/10/2015
Short walk on RoW from minor road. Flatish pasture, no telling where HP is.jonglew24/09/2015
Wish I had known of this one when I bagged Water Tower in 2012.Dusty01/07/2014
Chris Peart07/12/2018
salen25/07/2018
BrianMatthews13/03/2018
DARRENG16/03/2017
andrew brown04/03/2017
Mark Sims08/11/2016
ngthack29/07/2016
stevent080931/01/2016