Altitude 104m a.s.l
A sheltered W facing quarry that gets afternoon sun even in midwinter. The lines are undistinguished and the rock is less than perfect but there are interesting moves to be had on (so far) well-cleaned rock.
Please park discretely and courteously either in the village or, if the spaces there are occupied, on the grass triangle at the N end of the village (SH 912 769). From a parking place here or in the village it is probably best to approach via a footpath that starts near a bus stop at the south end of the village (SH 911 763). Follow the road S through the village to the bus stop then follow the path up through the trees to the open hillside. Here another path branches horizontally L (N) over a fence. Follow this past an old building then up and over a small col to the N bay of the quarry, which is where all the climbing is currently to be found. There there are more direct approaches but the above is recommended to minimise the risk of creating access problems.
House owners below the crag claim to own the land up to the foot of the cliff and at least one does not wish to allow climbing. Access should be discontinued until this issue is resolved. Depending on the outcome a permanent ban may occur.
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