Updated 10th January 2020
A wet-weather resurgence, presumably the first overflow resurgence for site 4893, with the slightly higher site 4942 being the second to flow. Both pumping and boulder clearing operations took place on 24th April 2019 over 4 - 5 hours when the site had stopped flowing. The farmer was interested and friendly and informed the group that during flood conditions a lot of water came out.
The way straight on appears to close in, but a deeper section leads round to the left with a boulder blocking any access. A diver is needed to assess prospects.
Martyn Grayson investigated over three occasions at Christmas 2019 when the underwater boulder was removed, but the visibility remained too poor to view the prospects.
Link to entry in the Cave Diving Sump Index.
References: anon., 2019b (Easter logbook); anon., 2019f (Christmas logbook)
Entrance pictures : 16th April 2019 : pumping and boulder clearing, 24th April 2019
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