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Offline AdrianPearce

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Lynsted Denehole
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2016, 02:33:46 »
There is a lovely denehole (more properly called a chalkwell for the purists) at Lynsted in a line of trees. Since it is a bat hibernaculum, its location is restricted and it was grilled in1987 by Kent Underground Resarch Group. Access can be arranged via KURG when the bats are not in residence.


 

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