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Margate Caves Jul 18
We're excited to report that construction has started! This week, our main contractors Breem Construction are overseeing the works needed to gain access to the site next week.
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Hellfire Caves Jul 12
Do you believe in Ghosts? You soon might. The Hellfire Caves, considered one of the most haunted sites in Britain, invites you to join us for one of our most popular events, a candlelit ghost tour to learn about the Hellfire Caves' strange and unique history.
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Cheddar Gorge Jul 16
Not long now till our Festival of Archaeology begins at the Gorge! Make sure to visit us this summer to take part in some exciting activities and demonstrations over the holidays:
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Barbara Green-Blower Jul 3
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Sussex Wildlife Trust Jul 12
Join us for a day course on Coastal & Downland Wild Flowers on Sat 21 July. We’ll find a wide variety of flowers here on the chalk hills, saltmarsh and shingle and will identify them and learn about their medicinal uses & folklore:
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Historic England Jul 15
Last year, volunteers made an amazing discovery on the foreshore of Tankerton beach in Kent. Today, has scheduled the only known surviving medieval wreck in the South East
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HI High Wycombe Jun 12
Have you heard of the ? They are a network of man-made chalk and flint caverns that extend a quarter of a mile underground, and you can take a spooky tour through them! Only a 10 minute drive from our hotel 🚗 [ 📸IG: @jason_flipper02 ]
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David B Burbridge Apr 4
Botnay Bay, , Kent - , reef, chalk limestone and a great
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Cheddar Gorge Jul 9
A skeleton was found in Gough's Cave back in 1903 and was discovered to be around 10,000 years old. It is the oldest most complete skeleton of our species ever found in Britain, and you can see a replica of it in the very place it was discovered over a hundred years ago!
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White Scar Cave Jun 28
Timely reminder from about the coolness of caves
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Cheddar Gorge Jul 4
Don't miss our Festival of Archaeology, starting from the 25th July! We'll be telling you all about what you can expect from our activities and demonstrations in the coming weeks, so keep your eyes peeled for news!
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Empica PR Jul 3
Two of the British Cave Diving team which broke through to a party of youngsters trapped in the flooded cave in Thailand had developed their techniques during record-breaking exploratory dives at Caves in .
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Margate Caves Jul 4
Can you email us your details at info@margatecaves.co.uk please?
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Margate Caves Jul 4
Opening next year! We were down in the Caves yesterday so will be sharing some photos very soon. All very exciting!
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Martin Sykes Jun 30
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Marina Amaral Jun 17
5-year-old David Day is prepared for bed in his home in a cave in Dover's chalk cliffs in Dover, England, April 19 1944. About 90 people were permanent residents of caves to evade German shells and bombs. He remembers no other home, having become a cave dweller at 5-months-old.
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Margate Caves 15 Nov 16
Margate Caves thought to have originally been excavated as a chalk mine in the late 17th/early 18th century....
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Champagne Taittinger Feb 16
"Taittinger is 1 of only 5 Champagne houses to have utilised chalk caves originally dug by the Romans"
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HeritageDaily Mar 11
The Hellfire Caves are a network of man-made chalk and flint caverns near High Wycombe in England which extend a quarter of a mile (500 metres) underground.
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Simon Bell Jun 23
The brilliant is open THIS Sunday. Some fantastic producers will be there selling delicious local food and drink. And don’t forget the plant stall for all your gardens!
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