The Red Rose Cave & Pothole Club was formed in 1946 and was based around the town of Lancaster in the North of England. Since then it has become one of the country’s leading caving clubs with a growing membership of nearly 200 living all over Britain, as well as a number of overseas members.

We have a separate website describing the Ease Gill cave system at www.easegill.org.uk

Membership Two levels of membership are available, Full Membership and Probationary Membership. The minimum age for Full membership shall be eighteen (18) years. Prospective  members under 18 may be accepted as “Probationary Members” as long as they are always under the supervision of a parent or guardian.Prospective members are always welcome at Bull Pot Farm. Why not pop in at the Farm one weekend to meet us. For further information on membership see the ‘How to Join’ link or contact the secretary.

Some RRCPC  Photo Competition Award winning photos

The RRCPC holds regular caving meets at weekends and organises expeditions to other caving regions in Britain and abroad. For example the club members have recently been caving in Sardinia, Spain, the French Pyrennees, China, Mulu and Crete. As well as the normal club meets there is a wide cross section of members interested in all aspects of caving. Most of our activities are based around Bullpot Farm near Kirkby Lonsdale, Cumbria. This remote farmhouse acts as the Club’s headquarters and members are present most weekends. The Farm is available for booking by visiting groups or clubs. The Farm is located above Ease Gill Caverns,which is part of the Three Counties System, Britain’s longest cave system with over 80 Km of passages and the Red Rose has always been actively involved with the continued exploration of this cave system. At present the whole system is being resurveyed and the survey data digitised for use on various IT systems

We have a separate website describing the Ease Gill Caverns cave system at www.easegill.org.uk

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