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 ** 01 Dec 2019 ** - Due to an unforeseen shipping delay the MCRA has been forced to postpone the launch of Volume One of Somerset Underground until early 2020. The original launch date of 21st December has therefore been abandoned and many apologies to anyone who was hoping to buy one before Christmas as a stocking filler. A new launch date will be arranged as soon as we have some reliable information. ** 01 Dec 2019 ** - Due to an unforeseen shipping delay the MCRA has been forced to postpone the launch of Volume One of Somerset Underground until early 2020. The original launch date of 21st December has therefore been abandoned and many apologies to anyone who was hoping to buy one before Christmas as a stocking filler. A new launch date will be arranged as soon as we have some reliable information.
    
-** 20 Nov 2019 ** - **COMING SOON** - The MCRA is pleased to announce the impending launch of Volume One of the long-anticipated Somerset Underground,​ which will take place at the Hunters'​ Lodge Inn at 8 p.m on Saturday 21st December. Priced at a mere £10, this stitched, flexibound, full-colour production comprises 275 pages and contains details of more than 750 natural caves, sea caves, mines, sinks, risings, springs, holy wells and artificial underground sites in Bristol, the Avon Gorge, Broadfield Down, the entire Bristol Channel and West Somerset including Milverton, the Quantocks, the Brendons and Exmoor. ​{{launch_poster.pdf}}+** 20 Nov 2019 ** - **COMING SOON** - The MCRA is pleased to announce the impending launch of Volume One of the long-anticipated Somerset Underground,​ which will take place at the Hunters'​ Lodge Inn at 8 p.m on Saturday 21st December. Priced at a mere £10, this stitched, flexibound, full-colour production comprises 275 pages and contains details of more than 750 natural caves, sea caves, mines, sinks, risings, springs, holy wells and artificial underground sites in Bristol, the Avon Gorge, Broadfield Down, the entire Bristol Channel and West Somerset including Milverton, the Quantocks, the Brendons and Exmoor. ​
    
 ** 14 Nov 2019 ** - New MCRA e-book published: //'A History of Mendip Cave Rescues & Incidents'//​ by Alan Gray, available now from the [[articles:​start|Articles and Books]] page. ** 14 Nov 2019 ** - New MCRA e-book published: //'A History of Mendip Cave Rescues & Incidents'//​ by Alan Gray, available now from the [[articles:​start|Articles and Books]] page.
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