Descent (2), February 1969 This is a...
Descent (2), February 1969
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Nottingham UCC members felt the urge to take on some foreign caving, so headed for Spain and some unfinished work.
A report on the first official meeting to discuss forming a council to represent the interests of Welsh cavers.
Two men have been living apart for an extended ‘time experiment’ in Ollivier Cave in France, emerging after nearly five months in isolation.
Turkey seems to be considered virgin caving territory – this is a round-up of work there to date.
The really hot issue at the annual CSCC meeting was the formation of the National Caving Association, which had come about very quickly indeed.
Draethen lead mines in South Wales, both Roman and modern, lie on Forestry Commission land and have recently seen a thorough examination.
The 5th International Congress of Speleology is being planned.
Harry Pearman’s tongue is still in cheek as his two-part article concludes.