Updated 30th August 1998; 24th April 2013; 7th May 2018
There is a small hazel tree in this entrance which lies 40m to the north
of a barn in a small, walled field, on a sandstone band. The western hole
has a very good inward draught but a 3m crawl in a sandstone bed leads to
a slot choked with rocks and sand which could be dug.
A short excavation has shown it to be a major dig which may not be worthwhile.
When visited in cold weather (March 2018), a warm draught was blowing out, captured in the IR photos below.
References: anon., 1996b (logbook); anon., 1998d (logbook); anon., 2013b (Easter logbook); anon., 2018b (Easter logbook)
Entrance pictures: 1996, 2012, 2018 : Infrared photos, March 2018
On area survey: