The Toad is really quite flat, there is a bit of a switchback just past Goring and a few minor climbs elsewhere. As a personal matter of choice I would try and maintain the weekly hill sessions providing they don't knacker you too much.
Can't say I had a really coherent plan for my first multi day which was Druids so rather more difficult terrain. I did back to backs with a long Saturday, slightly shorter Sunday and a long Wednesday and when I was peaking a hilly Friday. Starting the 3 days with the hills was quite good as it meant I got used to starting my longest session on tired legs. I am really mainly a walker though and tended to do most of my running on day 3 of the actual event as it used different muscles - obviously most people did the reverse. I should see what works for you and if you feel a bit tired cut back for a week.
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