Cheese Monkey - 2nd O/S - 20/Aug/13 with Peter
Good. Use a fixed abseil rope to belay from at the bottom of the climb (or rather at the bottom of the arete to the left of it). Soft at HVS 5a, lots of good gear, no really hard move.
pheotleyr - Lead RP - 20/Aug/13 with Ben
It seems more logical (good gear and holds, less overgrown) to climb a bit further left than the guidebook description suggests, step right to the peg (if you really want to clip it and maybe place a nut), step back left and climb up following the crackline (straight up or slightly right from the peg seemed too hard for 5a). Would be a reasonably good HVS 5a if there was any chance to build a nice belay at the bottom - there is a good thread and nut placements nearby, roughly where one might want to start the climb, the problem is there's almost nothing to stand on though. Would have to be a kind of hanging belay. There's space to stand on a little further down, but no proper gear.
pheotleyr - TR O/S - 13/Aug/13 with Mirco Traxion
Done again in an attempt to try climb a line that better fits the guidebook description. Ended up climbing exactly the same line as before.
pheotleyr - TR rpt - 13/Aug/13 with Mirco Traxion
Hidden - Lead O/S - 21/May/08
Reasonably nice, but watch the rock at the top (I knocked a big block off, nearly hitting my belayer)
Paz - Lead O/S - 23/Oct/07 with TS2
Andy Chubb - Lead - 18/Aug/76 with Steve Monks