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Surface Work Reports
Reports on conservation work carried out, etc.

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file icon Aquamole surface projecthot!Tooltip 04/02/2009 Hits: 4910
A pictorial guide to the surface works conservation program and a few monitoring trips. If you want funding for your project - contact andrew.hinde@naturalengland.org.uk (mailto:andrew.hinde@naturalengland.org.uk)
file icon browgill stilehot!Tooltip 02/17/2011 Hits: 3633
Browgill Cave Stile  Photos of CNCC volunteers from several clubs assist in the construction of a new stile on one of the hottest days of the year. Pics by Kay Easton.
This press release went out to publicise the surface works grant scheme and provided much banter around the "Grumpy Table" at Bernies Cafe. Who is a legend in their own brew time? 
Update from Tony Brown of Northern Boggarts on the stock fencing of pothole shafts in the West Kingsdale area.
file icon Ireby Cavern Stile repairshot!Tooltip 12/16/2008 Hits: 4427
Stile replacement at Ireby Cavern footpath. Paid for by Natural England under the CNCC surface conservation grant scheme. Work undertaken by Jack Pickup, Andy Walsh and Keith Bateman
A fantastic days work on Ireby Fell by an aged Chain Gang. " Shirt comming off here Boss"
file icon Ireby Footpath Restorationhot!Tooltip 10/06/2009 Hits: 3941
A fine days work by an aged chain gang.
file icon Large Pot Little Pothot!Tooltip 01/12/2012 Hits: 1537
Bradford and Boggarts endure severe weather to enclose Little Pot for benefit of local farmer.
file icon Red Moss Pothot!Tooltip 02/17/2011 Hits: 4108
Red Moss Pot Here is a photo record of the access improvements at Red Moss Pot -Birkwith. For access to this Pot ,call at Scale Farm and seek permission from Mr Wood.
file icon Shuttleworth Pothot!Tooltip 02/17/2011 Hits: 3539
Shuttleworth Pot  a fine example of cooperation between diggers and Natural England to produce an examplar of best practice in cave exploration and conservation.
file icon Yordas Cave Plantinghot!Tooltip 10/27/2011 Hits: 3245
After repairing boundary walls and gates the native trees are planted in Yordas wood. A goodwill gesture from caving volunteers to Mr Coates of Braida Garth Farm. ( Who has suffered more grief at the hands of "tourists" than most could endure- yet still provides free access to all caves on his land.