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Listed below are the Caving clubs, organisations and societies listed in the Which Club database. If you are a member of a Caving club, Caving group or Caving society which isnt listed please add your club here.

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 Club Name Category Town County
Bradford Pothole ClubCavingBradfordYorkshire
The BPC is a caving club based in the Yorkshire Dales, North West England. The Dales is arguably the finest caving region in the UK, as well as one of the country's most popular National Parks. In addition to information about the Club, we've tried to include something of appeal to anyone interested in the Dales, or perhaps wondering about taking up caving.

The Bradford Pothole Club's Headquarters, ...


Cambridge Climbing and Caving Club CavingCambridgeCambridgeshire
The "4Cs" is a Cambridge City based club for those interested in the activities of climbing and caving. New members are always very welcome. We cater for those at all levels from beginner up (including those interested in Hill-Walking and Mountaineering). Our "Climbing Section" is affiliated to the BMC. We also have an active "Caving Section" affiliated to the BCRA and several members of the club are keen c...

Cerberus Spelæological SocietyCavingMendipSomerset
The Cerberus Spelaeological Society is a registered charity concerned with the conservation of caves and their environment. The Society is also an active caving club that maintains a headquarters/hostel on Mendip in Somerset, and organises meets and expeditions to other parts of the UK and abroad. The Society also has a very active climbing/mountaineering section.

Larkshall is the Societys headquarter...


Craven Pothole ClubCavingSkiptonYorkshire
The Craven Pothole Club is the third oldest caving club in the UK, and one of the largest. Based in the Craven area of North Yorkshire, England, it organises trips mainly to the Yorkshire Dales but also to Wales and Scotland, and expeditions to Europe. The club is also actively digging and diving; many significant discoveries have been made by Craven members.

The Craven Pothole Club was founded in 19...


Crewe Climbing and Potholing ClubCavingCheshire
Crewe Climbing and Potholing Club was founded in 1957 and is one of the largest and most well respected caving clubs active in the Peak District of North Staffordshire and Derbyshire. Despite our name, we now draw our membership from the whole of the Cheshire and Staffordshire region, although we are mainly based around the Stoke-on-Trent, Crewe and Macclesfield areas, and we are essentially cavers.

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Burnley Caving ClubCavingNelsonLancashire
Burnley is a town in the North-West of England. Our caving club was formed in 1950 by a group of cavers living in Burnley who decided they would all benefit from forming a club which could own a collective pool of equipment such as ropes and ladders, and cave together as a group. Also at that time most of the established clubs were reluctant to admit female members. As the founder members enjoyed caving wit...

Shropshire Caving & Mining ClubCavingShropshire
Formed in 1959(ish) by a group of people interested in the exploration and study of disused mines and caves in the County of Shropshire (England). The Club runs an active programme of underground trips, with typically 2-3 main trips per month. We also organise trips to caves and mines in all parts of Britain, the Isle of Man, MCRO & British Cave Rescue CouncilIreland, and the Continent - basically anywhe...

Cardiff University Caving ClubCavingGlamorgan
We are one of the largest and most active university caving clubs in the UK, with day trips running every week on Saturdays, Sundays (meeting at the kit store at 11) and Wednesday afternoons (meeting at 1), and regular weekends away to caves all over the country, plus a summer expedition to Austria every summer, finding and exploring new caves. We're a non-elitist group of boys and girls who share our ti...

University of Newcastle Caving ClubCavingShropshire
The UNCC is a friendly and sociable club, providing safe and easy access to the sport of caving. We cater to people of all abilities, from complete novices to truly gnarly cavers. Our club gives students the opportunity to get out of Newcastle once a fortnight for an action packed weekend of total caving madness, so if you're up for a change of scenery or the opportunity to try something new while at Uni...

Dudley Caving ClubCavingUpper GornalWest Midlands
Dudley Cave Rescue Team was formed in 1966 as part of the Dudley Auxiliary Fire Service after a number of incidents in the underground limestone caverns around Dudley. In its early years it was called out on several occasions. Soon the activities of the team spread to mine and cave exploration throughout the UK. In the 1970s the majority of the limestone mines were filled in and so there was a much re...

North Wales Caving ClubCavingGwynedd
The North Wales Caving Club is the oldest club in the area dedicated to the exploration of caves and mines. The club organises weekly local trips where there still exists the potential for significant discoveries. Regular trips are also made to all the other major caving regions of the UK. Several trips a year are also made further afield to explore caves overseas. We welcome new members whether experie...

York Caving ClubCavingYorkYorkshire
YCC are a friendly caving club based in the City of York, only 90 minutes drive from the major caving areas of Ingleborough and Wharfedale in the Yorkshire Dales, the Peak District, and with the North Yorkshire Moors (our digging playground) on our doorstep! We are a relatively new club, founded in December 2008 by current and former members of the York University club. We aim to provide a means for exp...

Technical Speleological GroupCavingHope ValleyDerbyshire
The Technical Speleological Group (TSG) is an active Derbyshire based caving club. Despite our name we cater for a wide range of caving activities from recreational trips to exploration and digging. We are based in Castleton, in the heart of the Peak District, and close to several of the best caving trips in Derbyshire, as well as numerous pubs. If you are interested in joining, come along to a monthl...

Aberystwyth Caving ClubCavingAberystwythDyfed
The club was known as the University College of Wales Caving Club for most of its existence up until the very late seventies, hence the use of that name in the subtitle. The main title is derived from a history of Aberystwyth town published in the early eighties—"Born on a Perilous Rock"....

Cheddar Caving Club CavingBristolAvon
Cheddar Caving Club was formed in 1998 by nine local cavers who had been thinking of joining a club and were astonished to find that, despite its famous Showcaves, Cheddar had never had a caving organization of any sort! This seemed reason enough in itself to start one and a constitution was duly drawn up and committee positions filled. Since then we have expanded slowly but surely and we currently have ar...


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