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 ====== Latest News & Updates ====== ====== Latest News & Updates ======
-** 8 Mar 2020 ** - Many thanks to those who attended last night'​s launch of Somerset Underground Volume One. It was a very successful night and it's always good to see the Hunters'​ packed out. 
  
-** 21 Jan 2020 ** - **COMING SOON** - The MCRA is pleased to announce that Volume One of the long-anticipated Somerset Underground has now arrived, and will be officially launched at the Hunters'​ Lodge Inn at 8 p.m on Saturday 7th March. 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. ​+** 29 Mar 2020 ** - 31 [[surveys#​Portland Cave Surveys|Portland Cave Surveys]] added to the download archive. 
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 +** 23 Mar 2020 ** - Unfortunately due to the current Covid 19 shutdown we are unable make any sales. Please bear with us and hopefully the situation will improve soon.  
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 +** 8 Mar 2020 ** - Many thanks to those who attended last night'​s launch of [[for_sale#​somerset_underground_-_volume_1|Somerset Underground Volume One]]. It was a very successful night and it's always good to see the Hunters'​ packed out. 
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 +** 21 Jan 2020 ** - **COMING SOON** - The MCRA is pleased to announce that Volume One of the long-anticipated ​[[for_sale#​somerset_underground_-_volume_1|Somerset Underground]] has now arrived, and will be officially launched at the Hunters'​ Lodge Inn at 8 p.m on Saturday 7th March. 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. ​
  
 ** 2 Jan 2020 ** - [[http://​www.mcra.org.uk/​logbooks/​files/​ATLAS/​ATLAS%20Digging%20Log%202019.pdf|ATLAS digging log for 2019]] added to the [[http://​www.mcra.org.uk/​logbooks/​index.php?​dir=ATLAS%2FDigging%20Log%20Archives|archive]]. ** 2 Jan 2020 ** - [[http://​www.mcra.org.uk/​logbooks/​files/​ATLAS/​ATLAS%20Digging%20Log%202019.pdf|ATLAS digging log for 2019]] added to the [[http://​www.mcra.org.uk/​logbooks/​index.php?​dir=ATLAS%2FDigging%20Log%20Archives|archive]].
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 ==== MENDIP UNDERGROUND 5 ==== ==== MENDIP UNDERGROUND 5 ====
  
-[[More info!]]+[[for_sale#​mendip_underground_5|More info!]]
  
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