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SUSS Mendips trip…still going!

By Ellie and Rosie (sat at this very minute in the belfry with a nice fire going) So we found out that the Belfry has interweb – so thought we would update you with the amazing trip that we did today! We finally all arrived in Summmurset by 11am today (rosie having got severely delayed […]

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First Trip to Nettle

By Sema On a fine wednesday afternoon me and Hannah planned to go caving in Nettle. i have heard good things about this cave from Tom 1 so i was very excited to go. Hannah’s got her shinny new van that big and beautiful but unfortantly nameless for the time being. we will find a […]

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2010 recce to the Southern Shan state of Myanmar

By Imo In January, myself, Madphil (BEC), Fleur Loveridge(OUCC) and Pete Talling(UBSS) went on a recce to Myanmar (Burma) to look for caves. The whole opportunity came about as a result of Joerg Dryebolt’s lecture at Hidden Earth.  I was inspired, and he helped to put me in touch with the ‘right people in Myanmar. […]

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Swildon trip; rounding off a very civilised Mendip Weekend

By Lorrie After the arrival of Andy and Sally, the adventure began for James Rhodes, Tom1, Alisa and me. First major challenge was getting round the confusion of having to change in a a bird dropping palace (a barn). Apparently getting naked by the side of the road was not to be done down south. […]

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Getting to know Bagshawe

By Imo I’ve never really been to Bagshawe  before, due to the £4 entrance fee, which put me off in the past. The access fee is now a reasonable £2, and so I tried Bagshawe for the first time on Sunday with Pippa, which was my first trip there, ever. On Sunday, we managed to […]