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Krampus at the Crags this Christmas

Krampus at the Crags this Christmas

Are you on the naughty list? Krampus at the Crags this Christmas - 21 December On the darkest day of the year the ancient caves at Creswell Crags will be visited by a sinister figure known across Europe for punishing bad children at Christmas-time. Krampus – a name...

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Hidden Witch Marks Revealed

Hidden Witch Marks Revealed

Hundreds of protective marks, also known as Witch Marks, will now be seen by visitors for the first time, thanks to a partnership between Creswell Crags and Sheffield Hallam University. The marks, discovered earlier this year, are hidden from public view in an...

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Immersed in emotion: Mother Earth’s unheard voice

Immersed in emotion: Mother Earth’s unheard voice

Hollow Aside From The Dark: A Review by Kiya Cussans
As Gandhi once said: “Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs, but not every man’s greed.” A quote that is underused, disregarded and a quote that isn’t entirely understood; but walking into that cave, that quote made more sense to me than it ever did.

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Crags by Carriage

Crags by Carriage

Visitors to Creswell Crags Museum and Prehistoric Gorge will have the chance to experience the scenic limestone gorge and lake in a spectacular new way this summer, as a new partnership with local business Coloured Cob Equestrian Centre is announced. From August 12th...

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The work of Leslie Armstrong

The work of Leslie Armstrong

We have reason to be grateful to Armstrong and his colleagues. His work uncovered a great number of specimens, which have been important in understanding the past environmental conditions at Creswell Crags.

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