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Frank Leppard Oct 18
opens next year , still can't believe it 😮
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Claire Adler Oct 18
Always exciting when you can actually see the hole in the ground that leads to a new underground heritage attraction... funded by
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Frank Leppard Oct 17
Mysterious very large & very heavy pot dug up at the . The guys found it upside down and thought it was a bomb 😮. Answers on a postcard please 😀 . .
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Kent Wildlife Trust Oct 9
Observe and learn about the special birds of the chalk cliffs at this unique coastal site. Friday 2 November
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Kaner Olette Oct 10
Excavations for the new stairs down to the caves - steel frame coming soon for Margate Caves Centre!!
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Frank Leppard Oct 8
have some solid foundations and I'm looking forward to snapping the first brick one day soon .
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James Anderson Oct 6
On our last day in France, we had the pleasure of visiting the Vranken Pommery Cellars . Madame Pommery’s foresight in using the chalk caves for aging champagne and then filling it with art is a tradition alive and well today. It was an inspiring day!
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Kent Wildlife Trust Oct 5
Observe and learn about the special birds of the chalk cliffs at this unique coastal site. Friday 2 November
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Margate Caves Oct 4
We will be attending the Pumpkin Party at the Windmill Community Gardens on Friday 26th October. Entry is free but ticketed. We will have information about the Caves & a chance for you to decorate your own stone to hide in the community... See you there! 🎃
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Cheddar Gorge Sep 27
Have you been caving at the Gorge before? Both beginners and experts will enjoy this fantastic experience with one of our experienced guides, taking you across the Bottomless Pit and through the Letterbox. For more information, visit
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Cheddar Gorge Sep 29
Join our savvy detectives from the 27th October to the 4th November as they investigate some ghoulish goings-on in Gough's Cave! Some eerie literary characters have been brought to life for Halloween - will you come and meet them?
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Frank Leppard Sep 26
Looks like the concrete footings are in place and the only way is up now ! 😎Yayy. .
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Cheddar Gorge Sep 19
At our Museum of Prehistory, you'll get to learn all about our ancestors and the tools they used to survive during the Ice Age! We also have plenty of information about Cheddar Man, which is the oldest complete human skeleton ever found in Britain:
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The Ideal Venue Sep 20
Wookey Hole is the UK’s largest cave system & provides a stunning backdrop for your , or party. They also have over 20 attractions, a 58 room hotel & a luxurious theatre & function room.
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Thanetpedia Sep 17
The North East Kent Coast is one of the best sites in Europe for wintering birds, and marine life of the chalk caves, reef and sandy bays. For more details visit working with people for coastal wildlife.
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Derek Gallagher Sep 15
⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦ Discovered a gem of Kentish history- Ramsgate Tunnels- such hard work has gone into this project- fantastic guide (Martin) for our tour
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Dan Thompson Sep 17
This week, testing new piece of work. Exploring a history of England through 100 places. In this show, I'll perform some early work. Poems about and more besides.
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Hæckels Sep 4
Chalk formed 60-100 million years ago when sea levels were incredibly high. Standing tall, standing proud and a constant for all that live here. We’re lucky to call this place home and the inspiration behind everything we we do at Hæckels.
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Mark Fitzpatrick Sep 4
What an amazing experience visiting courtesy of . From small growers to 2000 yr old Roman ‘Crayeres’; 30m deep chalk caves beneath Reims where the Champagne 🍾 rests and ages. Huge thanks to Joe, Marcus, Wilhelm and Sophie. 🙌🥂
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Margate Caves Sep 1
We had such a lovely day at the Cliftonville Games. Thank you for having us! It was great to chat to so many people about our plans. Everyone was so supportive and excited. See you at the next event!
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