Working Together for Northern Caving

The CNCC is the regional council of the British Caving Association for northern England and Scotland, and the representative body for caving clubs in these regions. Working with landowners to achieve greater access for cavers, as well as providing resin anchor placement and conservation coordination. Read more...

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10 January 2022
CNCC equipment list
Over the years, CNCC has accumulated a large variety of kit! We have underground conservation consumables including barrier tape, pins, water sprayers, brushes etc. For above-ground conservation work, including entrance stabilisation we...
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28 December 2021
Scanty Lardos description
Scanty Lardos Pot at the top of Penyghent Gill near Halton Gill, is proving to be an increasing popular trip. The cave, a relatively recent discovery, sports three recently-anchored pitches,...
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28 December 2021
Jingling Pot treefall update
Following on from the recent treefall at Jingling Pot: https://cncc.org.uk/news/20211209-jingling-pot-treefall We are pleased to say that our Conservation Officer has worked with volunteers to arrange dispatch of the problematic fallen tree. The...
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21 December 2021
Birks Fell Access
Working towards open access to Birks Fell Cave Over the last several years, the CNCC has been proactive in removing access restrictions from caves, particularly those on access land. The BCA’s...
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