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Name:Wigmore Rolls
Hill number:5366
Height:288m / 945ft
Parent (Ma):2183  Beacon Hill
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Herefordshire (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Clem
Grid ref:SO 40063 69738
Summit feature:no feature: ground in pasture
Col:174m  SO367688  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137 148
(1:25k) 203
Observations:summit is about 150m from trig point in fence boundary
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 45 users)ByDate of Ascent
Up from Mortimers Castle with Jenx and Bryher. Plus trig, good paths in woods. On by foot to The Camp and old Knoll Hill Top. With Jenx and Bryhernordicstar30/12/2018
Circular from Wigmore taking in Wigmore Rolls, The Camp, and the old hump top.jenx30/12/2018
With K from the castleAshley10/09/2017
4/7 Fourth of seven on misty wet day Gatley Hill/High Vinnals/Bringewood/Wigmore Rolls/Coxall Knoll/Clunbury Hill/Black HillFergalh08/11/2015
From church CP at Adforton to north. Direct route up thru' wood exists and only a tad overgrown. Nice walk up.carole engel18/08/2015
Parked in village then up via churchyard, castle and woodland edge to summit.Chris Peart14/08/2014
From Wigmore, climbed via the castle which added a little interest to another woodland walk.rhalstead30/03/2014
Parked in Castle car park on Ford Street. Made small mistake of taking path skirting castle to N necessitating an interesting scramble up steep, wet, wooded slopes to gain path at top of ridge. Easy walk from there. Vocal locals (Herefordshire cattle) in field at summit, just inquisitive really. Returning path came through middle of castle and out the front gate - more interesting and safer! Some discrepancy between summit GR and OS 288m spot height. On the ground it's obvious that spot height is the true summit.jonglew17/11/2013
Parked by the church in Wigmore. Quiet ascent via the castle (had the place to myself) to the highest point and the trig point.JohnStoneham05/08/2012
Parked at 397689 and followed the forest track north until taking the right fork and climbing round the zig zags. Headed west thro wood and over fence to top.andrew brown15/07/2012
Parked by the pub in village then walked through the church yard, castle and up the side of wood to bag top and trig. Some horny old vocal Hereford X cows and calves in field.Dugswell226/11/2011
Parked on road. Through farmyard onto an upper track with horses, through a gate and up on grass to the top at 10.05 Column 7901 at 286m was on a large concrete base in a hedge.arranc25/08/2011
P on S side of wood. Track to Burnt Coppice-N-W then E. Along boundary then into field. Way back found path SW to track which saved a lot of time.chrisbien20/07/2011
From SO401710.New fence around the field at top with two strands of barbed wire, but atleast the cows were friendly :-)heavyhorses17/06/2011
Parked at Wigmore church. Followed track all the way.destaylor04/01/2011
From SO401710. Visited the highest spot but declined the trig pillar because the bull discouraged it.summitsup27/12/2008
Got here by overshooting on trip to visit trig pointdesperate dan14/05/2005
messy ascent, pleasant pasture summit, frisky bullocks, TP has foundation block exposed. park 397688, tk to 398693, brashy ride NNW then pasture to summit RHW17/02/2002
Colin Crawford06/07/2014
Campbell Singer17/11/2013
Alan Whatley10/10/2013
Steve Q23/06/2012
Martin R25/04/2010