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Ffynnon Beuno Cave


NGR: SJ 08530 72440
100 m.asl

Denbighshire , North Wales
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Cave
Access The cave is on the land of the Ffynnon Beuno Farm. The tenant farmer should be consulted before any visit is made, as one has to cross his garden to reach the cave.
Description An archaeologically excavated cave with a 3m chamber and 10m shaft to surface. The entrance has been used as a animal shelter. There is a second entrance 4m to the left.
History
Hydrology
Conservation The cave was gated by the CCW (now NRW) to protect the bat colony.
NPRN: 306678 SAM: FL069 SSSI: 0360 GCR: 1372
Gallery




2012
Survey
References
The Caves of North East Wales, Ebbs, Cris, June 2000
Cadw
Cris Ebbs Caves of North Wales
Lithics Study Group Occ.Paper 9, 2015, Aldhouse-Green et al., The nature of human activity at Cae Gwyn and Ffynnon Beuno caves and the dating of prey and predator presences
Descent 258, pp.24-25, (2017), Rob Dinnis, Of Neandertals and modern man
Cambrian Cave Registry entry 909
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