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Caving whilst bleeding: Period Hacks.

This week I wanted to take a break from the fan fiction I have been writting, my apolagies! Instead, I wanted to write something out of the ordinary that can hopefully help people in SUSS. From my knowledge, this is not discussed within the group much (and why would it? it’s very penis orientated). You […]

‘Caving’ and Biology in the Cheshire Sandstone Ridge
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‘Caving’ and Biology in the Cheshire Sandstone Ridge

Saturday 26/06/18 Members Present: David Botcherby, Louise Baddeley, Peter Winn (Sandstone Ridge Trust) Caves: Queen’s Parlour, Bloody Bones, Musket’s Hole About a year ago, the British Cave Research Association (BCRA) held an event to introduce students to the basics of cave science, aiming to inspire a new generation of cave scientists. At this event (which […]

10 Thoughts I’ve Had As A Caving Fresher
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10 Thoughts I’ve Had As A Caving Fresher

I’ve been caving for half a year, and from the eyes of a fresher caver, so many things have hit me as new and alien experiences. As it’s recently been my last trip for this year with SUSS, I wanted to write up something a little different. These are the thoughts that I’ve had since […]

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Trip advice from WBT

TOP Ten Trips of all [my]time caving. I used 5 factors = [1] time underground [usually, the longer, the better and the harder] [2] amount of water in any form [the more the better] [3] how awkward and number of obstacles encountered [4] enjoyment [5] tiring and exhausting [usually, the more the higher the mark]. […]