build Derbyshire key required.
The entrance is located in a small tree-lined enclosure opposite the entrance to Eyam Hall car park on the opposite side of the New Close Road and to the west of Delph Close. The lid requires a large Derbyshire key (requires a 90 degree turn/marked on lid in marker pen) and must be closed when underground which can be done from inside. The entrance pitch is a 12m hading rift with scaffolding at the top.
See http://www.eldonpotholeclub.org.uk/homepage/current-uk-projects/cussey-pot for the latest updates and description.
(2021) Cussey Explorations, Descent 281, p.11, Wild Places Publishing
(2021) Discovering Diceman, Descent 282, p.15., Wild Places Publishing
(2021) Inglorious in Cussey, Descent 279, p.8-9., Wild Places Publishing
(2021) The Cussey Connection, Descent 280, p. 7, Wild Places Publishing
(2021) Yet More in Cussey, Descent 278, p.16, Wild Places Publishing
(2022) A Race Against Time, Descent 285, Page 19-22. Survey, Wild Places Publishing
(2022) Cussey Connections, Descent 287, Page 10, Wild Places Publishing
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(2022) The master connection, Descent 286, Page 8-9., Wild Places Publishing