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Community Day

For many local people Creswell Crags is an attraction on their doorstep – much loved, quite literally part of the landscape, but not always understood.  It’s many years since people were able to enter the caves unescorted, but as the site is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and contains steep crevices and hazards, as far as it can Creswell Heritage Trust is obliged to protect the remaining cave deposits and structures and prevent visitors from coming to harm.

Saturday 20th June is your big chance to visit Robin Hood Cave at a reduced rate if you are one of our loyal local followers.  If you are a resident of Elmton with Creswell or Whitwell parishes, you are entitled to half-price tickets on our ‘Life in the Ice Age’ tour on this special annual Community Day (on production of evidence of local residency, such as a utility or Council tax bill).  This day also happens to be the opening of our new special exhibition looking at the amazing work of botanical artist Mary Delany from over 200 years ago.

Two great reasons to make a special visit to the Crags – remember to book in advance if you want to secure your place on our cave tour – numbers are limited by the safe capacity of the cave.  Call us on 01909 720378.

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