Updated 9th May 2009; 30th November 2016; 22nd May 2017
Two entrances on the east side of a large depression, on the side opposite the barn. The first, lower site is choked after 2m with no draught. The second hole has been used by an animal, draughts well and has a boulder and mud floor that was dug for about 2-3m to a point where passage splits.
The site was revisited in 2016 when the entrance crawl was dug out. More digging is required. The site description (at October 2016) is:
A 3.5m crawl reaches a junction. The right hand branch (too narrow without digging out more floor) goes 1m to a T-junction. The left hand branch is a 1.5m low crawl which needs more floor removing. The passage is seen to continue for at least another 2m, to where the roof lifts.
At Easter 2017, the crawl was extended to a junction where the right branch closed down after 3m and the left was pushed for 5m but it became too tight, although with a good draught.
Reference: anon., 2008e (summer logbook); anon., 2009a (Easter logbook); anon., 2016d (autumn logbook); anon., 2017b (Easter logbook)
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