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Long Churns 19th June 21 22 Jun 2021 21:51 #20352

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As part of a CNCC geology day after a lecture and walk in the morning, our afternoon involved looking at features iof both Upper and Lower Long Churn Caves as well as a through trip of Wilsons Cave.
Those attending from the YSS;  Rich Rae, Lisa Wootton, Stu W.
The day was excellent,  thanks to Dr John Helm for such an informative day and Ian Patrick CNCC training officer for organising a varied series of training events this year.

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There are many club organised caving weekends, with a mixture of easy and difficult caving.  Over the past few years we have given lots of people the opportunity to experience caving with our "Try Caving" events.  These are quite popular and quite a few people have subsequently joined the club. We have YSS members caving most weekends so it is easy for new cavers to tag onto the easier caving trips and find people to help with more training.


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