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Short holes in NE Wales for SSSI 2 weeks 4 days ago #31365

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I'm thinking of doing a few trial SSSI cave monitoring surveys for the North East Wales Area, as such I need about 3 short (10-50m) holes which I can briefly summarise.

if there are any which have sediment or stalagmites in them that would be a bonus. (i'm well aware that some may have rubbish in them, that wouldn't be a bad shout either).

Does anyone have any immediate thoughts? otherwise i'll trawl the Caves of North Wales Website for Ideas.
sites.google.com/site/cavesofnorthwales/
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Short holes in NE Wales for SSSI 2 weeks 4 days ago #31366

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hi ali
why not try the leete cave that we are monitoring at the moment. tom has done a survey of it (i think) so it might be worth giving him a nudge,
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Short holes in NE Wales for SSSI 2 weeks 4 days ago #31367

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The site you linked is Cris Ebbs .... he pretty much knows every single hole there is ...

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Short holes in NE Wales for SSSI 2 weeks 4 days ago #31368

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for research purposes you can look at ccc news letter july 2016 issue 50. gves a small mention on the leete cave
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Short holes in NE Wales for SSSI 2 weeks 4 days ago #31369

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I'm looking for a few as examples of how useful cavers can be with sssi monitoring and the 'service' we might be able to provide, should we be offered a sweetener.
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Short holes in NE Wales for SSSI 2 weeks 4 days ago #31370

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I'm not sure if leete fits the bill if it's been 'seen to' already.
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Short holes in NE Wales for SSSI 2 weeks 4 days ago #31371

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in my opinion this cave could be perfect, nrw are aware of it as we have had a meeting with them about it and there has been development in there. and they are totally nieve about it
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Short holes in NE Wales for SSSI 2 weeks 4 days ago #31372

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Thinking more along the lines of Bryn Alyn Caves 7-12 and Bryngwyn Quarry Caves 1 – 3
sites.google.com/site/cavesofnorthwales/02-caves-a---b

short and sweet, but big enough to show that we know what we're talking about and want to put the effort in.
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