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Parking on small verge side near water town on Tower Road. Trig visible from road just set back.
On a residential driveway (before their electronic gates) pulled over in field entrance opposite and did a quick photo.
I assume.the condition is good. Could just about see it through thick brambles. Just in field off lane near Waterford farm
Parked in Rudgwick village. Easy walk along Downs Link (former railway line) just off Sussex border path
Pillar on Wolvens Lane by way (ancient earth emkankments), looks like old coaching road/drivers track.
Walked in from Mill Road Car par.
Easily visible (but unreachable due to fence) from South Downs Way. Is an Ordance Survey still active trig
Third trig of the morning on a loop from Kithurst Hill (bagged Kithurst Hill and Blackpatch Hill). In middle of field of snoop. Base is exposed
Base eroded a bit. Right next to.model.airplane landing zone. Easy walk from Kithurst Hill car park
Easy right on Bridleway East from Kithurst hill car park
Easy bag, just off South Downs Way.
Pillar sits in middle of sown field just west of South Downs Way
Parked at Mill Hill Nature Researve car park, trig is visible from north edge of woodland. Barbed wire fence, couldn't find a gap, otherwise I would have hot footed it over/under.
Parked in the small hamlet of Tarring Neville opposite the church. No footpath to trig do did a quick dash 'off piste through field. No one around. Just avoided cows and horses in the field
On Street parking in Denton area of Newhaven, easy walk up to trig. It was in a house field surrounded by high fencing, quick jump of the gate. Water trough been positioned right next to it.
Walked from Piddinghoe. Trig up up service track from bridleway in reservoir compound. A 8 foot high fence was too much for me to scale.
Easy bag. Parked in lane off B2102. Trig sits in paddock just in front/behind dilapidated windmill (depending on your direction of approach) near Windmill Feeds/Saddlery. I did have to trample bracken to fund the trig. Shame about the state of the windmill.
Parked roadside near Newick church, easy walk following Sussex Ouse Valley way. Trig on top of raised platform
2nd trig of the day (previously bagged Cliffe Hill (s3980) from Starting at Rushy Green in Ringmer Village continued to Norlington, Little Norlington. Nice country lanes admiring the large houses.
Parked in Rushy Green Ringmer village, nice easy walk up Week Lane past Saxon Cross. Trig is middle of Golf Course. Did get asked by a golfer if I was ok. Went early morning to avoid crowds .