Updated 24th May 2017; 12th May 2018
On the side of a large depression with a number of interesting features (but probably sandstone collapses). This site is about 5m deep with a 3m x 2m top. The hole looks choked.
In April 2017, a 3m pitch through brambles landed on what appeared to be a choke. However, a small, draughting hole was found which was subsequently capped out to a 2m climb down into a small chamber. A tight crawl leads off to a slope which is currently blocked by a too-large rock. The crawl continues with a cold draught.
Further capping took lace at Easter 2018 and it is seen as a long-term dig.
Reference: anon., 2014b (Easter logbook); anon., 2017b (Easter logbook); anon., 2018b (Easter logbook)
Entrance pictures : Easter 2014 : Easter 2017
Underground pictures : Easter 2018
Video : first exploration, Easter 2017 (YouTube) : Progress by Easter 2018 (YouTube)
Detailed survey : sketch elevation
Line Survey :
On area survey :
Survex file :