Working Together for Northern Caving

Set up in 1963, the CNCC negotiate access agreements to caves and potholes in the Northern counties of England as well as acting as a representative body for recognised caving clubs. In addition, the council has gradually assumed the role of a general representative body for caving clubs.

The CNCC is now also actively involved in the placement, testing and research of anchors and resins and has placed anchors in many of the popular caves and potholes in the north of England as well as offering help and advice to all areas.

The CNCC needs your help!

We require a volunteer (or volunteers) to take on the role of apprentice treasurer. This could lead on to a permanent role in 2015 following elections at the next AGM. This is a hugely important job and requires someone who is organised and available to come along to three committee meetings and one AGM per year.

If you think you'd like the job or would just like more information, please contact Glenn Jones: