Updated 6th October 2013; 25th October 2016
A short cave with a good draught. A 3.5m crawl into the bottom lefthand corner of a chamber with floor dimensions of 8 x 6m. The chamber is quite low and slopes upwards. To the right, along the bottom wall, an antechamber is entered with signs of animal activity and ending at a narrow, gently draughting continuation, which is a possible dig.
At the top left corner of the main chamber, a way off to the left leads horizontally to a 45 deg slope downwards, 3m forward and down. Round the corner is a small chamber and a diggable hole in the floor with a draught. This has been excavated requiring more work. This was visited in April 2019 when the "drop at the end" was enlarged to reveal small passage. However, it is "too much work to continue".
It was suggested (27/7/16) that the whole area needs another look to clear up previous errors.
Reference: anon., 2008e (summer logbook); anon., 2013d (summer logbook)
Entrance picture: yes
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