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Cave Constantly Consisting of Chokes which Change – Winnats Head

It was with tired, alcohol clouded mines and the words “Cumberland & Wapping” still ringing in our ears that Helen, Jack, Natalie and I began to get changed outside of Winnats farm, alongside a mound of sugar beets that would’ve brought tears to even the stingiest of Tate & Lyle executives eyes. The plan was […]

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There and back again – Sam’s tale. A trip down Winnats head cave

On Monday, Jack Dewison organised a trip down Winnats Head cave, with the trip being led by Thomas Smith. Also joining the trip was Sam Snowdon, Michael Woodward (Jreg), Michael Mlyniec and Molly Smith. So we all met at Jack’s house for 17:45pm on Wednesday evening and set off for the trip.We quickly got changed […]

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2 caves in 2 days- what tutorial essay?!?

by Ellie So, why are there no marine insects…nah, lets go caving Winnat’s Head pitches After consulting the rigging guide me and Rosie decided to go and do the pitches in Winnats because Rosie hadn’t done them before. Collected some rope and off we went. It was quite a cold day so Rosie packed the […]

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Winnats Head – 15/5/09

By Chris Playfoot This came about after having Nettle Pot planned for the Friday night and Steve getting a call off Glyn (TSG) seeing if he wanted to go down Winnats Head to tidy up some blast debris from a previous digging trip. After numerous phone calls going to answer phone on everyones behalf we […]