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Shakespeare's Cave, Shakespeares Cave


NGR: SO 21700 12490
206 m.asl

Monmouthshire , Northern Outcrop - East (Morlais to Abergavenny)
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Rising Cave
Access The cave is 140m downstream of Devil's Bridge. The entrance is low down on the right bank of the tributary which enters from the right.
Description A stream flows out of the entrance. Liable to flooding, The entrance leads to a small chamber and then on via a series of ducks. Comes close to the end of Llanelly Quarry Pot.
History Brian Price 1946; AxCG 1964
Hydrology
Conservation
SSSI: 0381 Cwm Clydach (Mixed)
Survey
CSS / ACG
References
British Caver 15
HCC Newsletter 4, 10-12, 1952
HCC Newsletter 12, 19, 1960
AxCG nl. Apr 1964 pp.30-31, C.Graham
AxCG nl. Jun 1964 p.64, C.Graham
AxCG nl. Aug 1964 p.81, C.Graham
AxCG nl. Sep 1964 pp.92-93, C.Graham
Cave Projects Group nl.1 Jan 1970, Clydach Valley a Shakespeares Cave
A Caver's View of the Clydach River (Cwmbran Caving Club, 1986), Schuurmans, T.
Caves of South Wales, Stratford, T. , 1995
Brendan Marris Caves of South Wales
Cambrian Cave Registry entry 841
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