Hidden Earth 2023
Peak District Round up 2020 to 2023
45 minute Lecture|Simon Brooks
As an established UK caving area the Peak District has seen digging activities taking place since the 1940's and cave diving since the 1950's. One could be forgiven for thinking that by now most of the cave passage that existing had been found. However, as with many other areas things could not be farther from the truth. COVID tempered activities for a while yet despite this both new and long term digs continue yield results and there have been some spectacular discoveries in terms of digs and dives.
This lecture covers the activities and many new discoveries that have taken place since 2019, and provides further evidence that a good dig is one with a good draught and a good pub nearby.
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