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Lost Cave of Cheddar


NGR:ST 46773 53999
WGS84:51.28263, -2.76456
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The first recorded note of any cave on Mendip concerns this site recorded by Henry of Huntingdon in his book Historia Anglorum in about 1135.

Alternate Names: Carcer Aeoli; Cheddar Rocks, Cheddar Hole

Notes: Several theories to the cave location have been made one stating that the Lost Cave of Cheddar could be Wookey Hole.

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This entry was last updated: 2014-09-06 20:11:36

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