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 by R. M. Taviner by R. M. Taviner
  
-This, the second ​of four volumes covering almost every conceivable underground site in the historic County of Somerset, comprises 261 pages and contains details of almost 600 natural caves, mines, sinks, risings, springs, holy wells and artificial underground sites in West Mendip, Burrington and North Mendip. Specific areas covered ​ by this guide include Bleadon Hill, Loxton, Banwell, Sandford Hill, Shipham, Compton Bishop, Axbridge, Dolebury & Rowberrow, Burrington Combe, Rickford, Compton Martin, East Harptree, Lamb Bottom, Eaker Hill and Chewton Mendip. Priced at a mere £10 (plus p&p), this stitched, flexibound, full-colour production has been especially designed for use in the field. Volumes Three (Central and South Mendip) and Four (East Mendip, Bath and South Somerset) remain on course for completion in 2021/2022. The four volumes combined cover more than 2400 sites throughout Somerset and over the course of a twelve year project the MCRA have re-visited all that remain practicably accessible, including almost 400 previously unrecorded sites.+This, the SECOND ​of four volumes covering almost every conceivable underground site in the historic County of Somerset, comprises 261 pages and contains details of almost 600 natural caves, mines, sinks, risings, springs, holy wells and artificial underground sites in West Mendip, Burrington and North Mendip. Specific areas covered ​ by this guide include Bleadon Hill, Loxton, Banwell, Sandford Hill, Shipham, Compton Bishop, Axbridge, Dolebury & Rowberrow, Burrington Combe, Rickford, Compton Martin, East Harptree, Lamb Bottom, Eaker Hill and Chewton Mendip. Priced at a mere £10 (plus p&p), this stitched, flexibound, full-colour production has been especially designed for use in the field. Volumes Three (Central and South Mendip) and Four (East Mendip, Bath and South Somerset) remain on course for completion in 2021/2022. The four volumes combined cover more than 2400 sites throughout Somerset and over the course of a twelve year project the MCRA have re-visited all that remain practicably accessible, including almost 400 previously unrecorded sites.
  
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