Name:Aston Hill
Hill number:17455
Height:90m / 295ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SP 04099 39333
Summit feature:no feature: ground c 15m S of comms enclosure
Col:48m  SP047385  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 150
(1:25k) OL45N
Observations:level summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 43 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked adjacent locked gate with track leading up to mast. Passed a car on the way. Horses in field beyond. The heady smell of Apples, some fermenting on the ground dominates. Pleasant walk upto top a few metres beyond the mast at edge of Briar patch. Headed down through one of the rows. Continuation to Great Comberton for Bredon Hill...Dazingdale16/09/2023
Fourth Tump of the day, heading up the ROW from the minor road to the WSW. Picked a couple of apples to munch on from the laden trees. Caravan (occupied?) on the summit.Mark Jackson12/11/2022
Up the footpath from the SWjohnkenyon30/10/2022
Up the track, past the bees to the aerial.Play2End28/09/2022
No parking on minor road so walked from lay by on A46 . Apples looking good.Mark Sims19/08/2021
As others, up track from SW.PGCE06/01/2021
Simple walk on track from road to S. Apple sampled- very nice.pwheeler01/09/2020
Only summit I can recall in an orchard. Pleasant spot.KC25/05/2020
Simply a delightGordonAdshead01/06/2019
Short walk from the SW. Opinion for highest point seems to depend on which ride you're in. Some apples hanging there. Then visited trig on other side of road.Aye Jimmy02/03/2019
Followed track from SW.Ramblingpaul21/08/2018
From SW up track bounding neat orchard. Great views in bright morning sun under clear blue skies. Levellish summit area with comms mast, grass, scuffy group of trees and remnant hedges.RichardM05/04/2018
Up track from SW then across to the right.clivevilla06/11/2017
Apples not ripe yet. Beautifully maintained orchard.Campbell Singer24/07/2017
I was a month too soon to start to enjoy the colours of the apple blossom that dominates the Vale of Evesham -'the fruit basket of England'.Easy track to top and back then trig opposite. Nice to be in an apple orchard with not an i-pad in sight.Chris Pearson19/02/2017
Walked from Aston Somerville [limited parking] Open Streetmap showed track as a Bridleway to summit. Collected trig pillar on other side of road.sooztops19/10/2016
My final Worcs tump, by moonlight, from sw, track to comms mast, hp just beyondRHW14/02/2016
Short walk up access road from SW to slight mound within orchard by transmitter area.RobertP25/01/2016
Short walk up from road to SW alongside Apple orchard. HP short distance from Comms tower.PeterD20/11/2015
Apple Orchard. A definite HP approx 20m SSW of the comms compound. Tasty apples.jonglew24/10/2015
Pleasant walk from south east through apple orchard to mast.Alan Caine26/08/2015
Easy stroll from the SW - nice to do in blossom time.milimana04/05/2015
Short walk up track from Mount Pleasant.Herbert Anchovy23/04/2015
From A46 layby, mast at top of fruit tree field.rhalstead07/03/2015
On WDP to mast.arranc07/02/2015
115 th tump of 2014 including some repeats. Approx3.00 pm with brother Ant and mum. Ant. wanted to go and visit Broadway with mum and see how they were getting on with the rebuilding of the station.He grumbled a bit that I drove out the Evesham road to go along the road through Chilkswickham to get to Broadway. When we drove past the track up to this hill, I casually said there's a farm track on the map we could have a quick walk before the sun goes down. Both were happy about this idea. They may not have been had I revealed the hidden agenda of a Tump tick here for me!!!vegibagger30/12/2014
Parked on narrow lane south west of summit next to a gate. Barely room for one supermini. Short and pleasant walk along a convenient track adjacent to commercial orchard to the radio mast. Hard to determine actual top, so wandered about within a small radius to be sure I had it. I've submitted a photo of the tree as being the most notable and attractive candidate.ijpowell05/04/2014
approx date.ssstevesreeves05/07/2012
Wycombe Wanderer28/08/2023
Barry Smith14/03/2023
Martin R08/09/2021
carole engel22/06/2018
andrew brown02/04/2016