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Old Hannah's Hole

Cave / Rock Shelter

<b>Old Hannah's Hole</b>Posted by stubobImage © stubob
Nearest Town:Ashbourne (12km SE)
OS Ref (GB):   SK100557 / Sheet: 119
Latitude:53° 5' 52.91" N
Longitude:   1° 51' 2.3" W

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<b>Old Hannah's Hole</b>Posted by stubob


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Old Hannah's Hole is located up a short overgrown 'valley' on the eastern side of the Manifold Valley, half a mile south of Wetton Mill, the Hole is at SK1002 5575.
Sited about a third of the way up the grassy slope to the left, trees and brambles block the way forward so you'll know when it's time to head up the slope.
Old Hannah's Hole has the appearance of a fissure cave; quite high and narrow, easy enough to enter and perhaps 10m long.
stubob Posted by stubob
21st September 2004ce
Edited 12th December 2005ce