Our recent newsletters are available to download as Microsoft Word documents. Some of the individual articles are also available online.
Members requiring printed copies of newsletters, or electronic copies with dates of meets intact should contact us.
A page listing all newsletters available online is also available.
February 2016 SRT Training Event.
The End-to-End that nearly Ended at the Start. Alan Brentnall's cycle trip. Continued from newsletter 113.
CCPC Picture Quiz
Rhyd Alyn Saturday 30 January 2016. North Wales caving trip report.
Situation Vacant - Training Officer
The End to End that nearly Ended at the Start. Continued from NL112. Alan Brentnall's cycle trip.
News on Project "Somewhere Near Hartington". Shaft capping and exploration. Len Kirkham
A busy Week's Caving. Alan Brentnall does it seven times in a week! Caving that is.
A Meeting with Dr Trevor Ford O.B.E. John Gillet meets a cave science legend at 90.
Ringing the Changes. A reprint of a Christmas quiz from CCPC newsletter December 1990. Mark Lovatt
Report on Peak/Speedwell Projects. Work carried out by CCPC members in the NCC Shafts. Speedwell Cavern show cave. Speedwell boulder piles and Cliff Cavern.
Clive Mine. Trip report to an unusual Shropshire copper and cobalt mine in sandstone.
The End-to-End that nearly ended at the start. Alan Brentnall cycles from one end of the country to the other.
Lottery funding makes it possible for us to arrange supervised caving trips for individuals, or for small groups, with all equipment provided.
Unsure of the state of play regarding P-bolts? Contact us or buy a guide!
Our guidebook covers all of the worthwhile SRT trips in the Peak District. Profits from the guides were used initially to fund the eco-hanger bolting project. Since its completion sizeable donations have been made to DCRO.