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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21 January 2019
Northern Explorers' Forum
A day of lectures from diggers and explorers in the northern England regions. We would like to make cavers aware of this excellent event being organised in our region for Sunday...
22 December 2018
Caves of Scotland descriptions
Caves of Scotland are now on the CNCC website with route descriptions Most people think of the CNCC as just representing northern England. However, we are also the BCA's Regional Caving...
16 December 2018
CNCC showcase caving to the National Park Authority
The CNCC has been working hard over recent years to improve our engagement with other organisations to benefit northern caving. A few weeks ago our Access Officer, Tim Allen, was invited...
11 December 2018
CNCC reaches new agreement with the Langcliffe Hall Estate
A long time ago, back in the late 1970s, an access agreement was drawn up between the CNCC and representatives of the Langcliffe Hall Estate. The arrangement was a traditional...

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