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Little Hoyle Cave (N), North Cave, Longbury Bank Cave, Longberry Bank Cave


NGR: SS 1116 9995
25 m.asl

Pembrokeshire , West Wales
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Cave
Access Larger, northern entrance to cave in limestone outcrop, not far from track leading to Trefloyne Manor. Road is private and permission to visit the cave should be obtained from the house at the start of the drive. It is well known locally.
Description
History
Hydrology
Conservation
NPRN: 305459 SAM: PE428 SSSI: 0731 Little Hoyle and Hoyle's Mouth Caves & Woodlands (Mixed) GCR: 2027
Survey
S. Aldhouse Green, 1996
References
Cave Hunting (Macmillan), Dawkins,W.B., 1874, p.133 The Cave of Longberry Bank
British Caving (Routledge Kegan Paul), Cullingford, C.H.D. 2nd Ed. 1962, p.296-297, 327
Caves in Wales and the Marches (Dalesman), Jenkins, D.W. & Williams, A.M. 1st Ed. 1963, p.16.
Caves in Wales and the Marches (Dalesman), Jenkins, D.W. & Williams, A.M., 2nd Ed. 1965.
QJGS, Vol.38, Part 3 282-5,288 Jones, E.L. 1882, On the exploration of two caves in the neighbourhood of Tenby
Proc.Geol.Assoc., Vol.9. (1885-6), Hicks, H., p.11,
Some prehistoric and Roman remains in Tenby Museum, Tenby (2nd Ed, 1931), Leach, A.L.
Proc.Prehist. Soc.XXV, 1959, 268-9, McBurney, C.B.M.
Aldhouse-Green, S. (1996) Archaeology in Wales 36: 70-71
Pembrokeshire Historical Society Jnl 24, 2015, Anne Eastham, Goosey goosey Gander with Jemima Shelduck in attendance: Two Stone Age Occupation Caves in South Pembrokeshire
Gazetteer of Human Remains in Caves
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Cambrian Cave Registry entry 934
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