Talk:Milk Hill

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Note: this previously had an invalid grid reference -- B3087 is not a valid OSGB grid reference (and whilst it might possibly be a valid OSNI grid reference, Wiltshire is not in Ireland). -- Karada 09:07, 25 July 2007 (UTC)

Fixed! --Stemonitis 15:53, 27 July 2007 (UTC)

Height[edit]

The height of Milk Hill is given as 968ft and that of Tan Hill 965ft, yet the Countryfile analysis said that Milk Hill is just 10 inches higher. So which is correct? --nickw Mon Aug 27 2012 1021 BST