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Central and Eastern England Area
Feature count in area: 28, by county: Northamptonshire (CoH) Northamptonshire: 1, Leicestershire (CoH) Leicestershire (CoA: 1, : 19, Swindon (UA): 1, Wiltshire (CoH) Wiltshire (CoA) Wiltshir: 1, Oxfordshire (CoH): 1, Bedfordshire (CoH) Bedfordshire (CoA) Ce: 1, Buckinghamshire (CoH) Buckinghamshire (C: 1, Gloucestershire (CoH) Gloucestershire (C: 1, Warwickshire (CoH) Warwickshire (CoA) Wa: 1,
Highest Place: Cleeve Hill 330m

Starting Places in area Central and Eastern England:

None for this area

Summits & other features in area Central and Eastern England:
Arbury Hill 225m, Bardon Hill 278m, Castle Ring 242m, Hackpen Hill 272m, Liddington Hill 276m, Milk Hill 294.3m, Muswell Hill 198m, Sheepwalks Hill 207m, Shotover Hill 171m, Walton Hill 316m, Whatborough Hill 230m
Chiltern Hills: Bald Hill 257m, Clipper Down 249m, Coombe Hill 260m, Dunstable Downs 243m, Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill] 267m
Cotswolds: Alderton Hill 203m, Bathford Hill 205m, Birdlip Hill 299m, Bredon Hill 299m, Churchdown Hill [Chosen Hill] [Tinker's Hill] 155m, Cleeve Hill 330m, Ebrington Hill 261m, Langley Hill 274m, Oxenton Hill 223m, Robins Wood Hill 198m, Seven Wells Hill 319m, South Hill 248m

Note: this list of places may include island features such as summits, but not islands as such.
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Bardon Hill, 278m Hill
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, Leicestershire (CoH) Leicestershire (CoA County, in British Marilyn Lists
Grid Reference SK45994 13194, OS 1:50k mapsheet 129
Place visited by: 10 members, recently by: oakesave, dregish, nordicstar, IainT, jimbloomer, Fergalh, MichaelE, chalky, paddyhillsbagger, mcrtchly
I visited this place: NO (You need to be a logged-in member for this.)
Longitude: -1.320584, Latitude: 52.714477, Easting: 445994, Northing: 313194, Prominence: 170m,  Isolation: 31.6km
ITM: 1051035 683554


  Short or GPS IDs, 6 char: Brd278, 10 char: Bardon Hil

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Picture: A grand trig.
Bagging across the water
by paddyhillsbagger 3 Mar 2014
Well, as I was in the UK for a conference I thought I'd continue some hill bagging. This pretty little top is actually a county top and from it's summit you can see most of that county below you. The only downside is the vast quarry that the hill rises out off, however a pair of Peregrine seemed to be quite happy flying around it. I started in Vercor Close at A (SK458 140) and followed the Ivanhoe Way and forest paths to the top. .http://www.hill-bagging.co.uk/CountyTops.php is a useful site for bagging tops in the UK. Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/B2873/comment/15894/
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Picture: View from Summit
Large Quarry
by Fergalh 20 Nov 2020
Followed Paddyhillsbagger's excellent route to prominent summit with trig pillar but the view of the quarry not what you usually get on a hill Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/B2873/comment/21469/
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