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Hazard Mine – a belated report

by Rosie Hadfield I decided that it was mandatory to go caving on my birthday, so I managed to persuade Rob2 and Mike to come out and play. We had some rope in the back, an ancient caving guide and no idea where we wanted to go… We got to HitchnHike still with little idea […]

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Ivy Green

By Andy Me, the Brown and Jon Pemberton (Eldon) decided to spend a bit of time in one of Jon’s many digs at Stoney, trying to push it further. Ivy Green mostly consists of crawling, sometimes through mud, ocassionally through quick lime. The first is horrible, the second doesn’t even warrant thinking about-it burns!!!!!!! At […]

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Yorkshire

Sally and me headed up to the dales with the intention to have a bit of a potter round Kingsdale and tick off a few classics we’ve  overlooked. Bull Pot was decided on, cos the weather was looking a bit sketchy and we both didn’t fancy lugging a load of rope down with us. Spent about […]

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Western Highway – update 10June2009

By Henry Rockcliff Well after the last trip, I completely broke the fan whilst testing it. I removed it from the cave to fit a new connecter, which failed on the last section. BUT….i have now got a better* fan and I am keen to do a long trip on the 20th. Is any one coming with […]

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New passage discovered in Castleton- 16/05/09

By Rosie Hadfield& Jane Rigby I ran a guided tour of Castleton pointing out the local sites of interest and noticed a SPSI(1) near to the “3 Roofs cafe”. The River Castle, that runs thrhought the picturesque village of Castleton, Derbyshire, England, Europe, The Earth (SK66 TSG) sinks into 2 isometric phreatic tubes; and resurges […]