2011-07-03 52 0
In the grounds of Denston Hall 15 km south west of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, UK, logged at wikiloc.
This was a clumsy but successful expedition with two quite significant navigation errors and one semi-deliberate mistake. The public footpath had been diverted to avoid the field with the hashpoint. Where the two fields joined, there was no gate or fence or signpost so I rejoined the track of the original path as it was before the diversion. There really was no way of knowing which field the diverted path was in. The hashpoint was a few paces off this "path". Later I discovered I had followed the wrong route but I did reach the hashpoint. Denston Hall looks interesting. It has a moat.
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