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In a wood in the grounds of Benacre Hall, Benacre, Suffolk, UK.
This might be well fenced and private but there might be access via the perimeter of the field next to the wood. It's close enough to home to risk the miles. Sat, Sun and Mon are all in the North Sea - sigh!
It was a little tricky to get too, but we still achieved it!
In rapidly fading light, I walked along a field perimeter heading roughly west. There was a gate, wide open. The track was most likely used for tending pheasant feeders that looked like baby flying saucers. At the end of the field there was a kink in the path and then a ditch before the woodland. I found a single railway sleeper bridge without any hand rail. This needed good balance to cross. In the wood there was a vague track that lead to mown paths. The hashpoint was a short distance north in the middle of one of these paths. I can confirm that ChromeCrusaders's photo matched the terrain.
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