Scabious Hole Supra-Cooper's Fissures Gallery Cave Cooper's Hole Slitter Hole Pride Evans' Hole Roadside Hole Great Oone's Hole Little Oone's Hole Pride Evans' Attic Sun Hole Ivy Cliff Half-cave Soldier's Hole Milk Cave Gough's Cave Gough's Old Cave Cheddar First Feeder Long Hole Bridged Rift Cave Subsidiary Hole Champion's Hole Saye's Hole Yew Cleft Hole Cheddar Second Rising Honey Hole Sugar Loaf Slitter Monkey Rock Cave Sunnyside Terrace Hole Heart Leaf Bluff Hole Pygmy Shelters Bake Hole Cliff Hotel Lake Risings High Rock Shelter Landslip Quarry Rift Cox's Cave Pavey's Workings - shaft Amphitheatre Cave Pavey's Workings - gallery Canyon Cave Pavey's Cave Priest Rock Hole Frenchman's Pinnacle FITS Hole Flint Jack's Cave Utopia Cave
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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.
This entry was last updated: 2014-09-06 20:11:36
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