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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22 August 2019
Online Booking for Leck Fell
The CNCC are pleased to announce that the online cave booking system now includes Leck Fell The caves of Leck, many of which form part of the 90 km long Three...
8 August 2019
Barbondale access during shooting
Avoiding access conflicts in Barbondale for September and October Although this was included in our March newsletter, with the approach of the shooting season, the following is a timely reminder. In Autumn...
6 August 2019
Devis Hole Inaccessible
Flooding blocks entrance to Devis Hole We have received news that following the serious flooding to hit Swaledale in late July, access to Devis Hole Mine and its caves is not...
18 July 2019
Excalibur Pot Access
Improved Access to Excalibur Pot The 2007 discovery of Excalibur Pot near Kirkbymoorside in the North York Moors (see Descent 202) is probably one of the most unexpected new cave discoveries...

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