Wookey Hole


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Wookey Hole

(ˈwʊkɪ həʊl)
n
(Placename) a village in SW England, in Somerset, near Wells: noted for the nearby limestone cave in which prehistoric remains have been found
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This is the tale of the Witch of Wookey Hole, and visitors to the Somerset attraction can still see the sorceress staring out across the River Axe.
In 1935, Wookey Hole was home to Britain's first diving attempt with breathing equipment, and in 2004 divers reached a depth of 249ft, setting a British record.
NEED TO KNOW | ADRIAN CAFFERY and family were guests of Wookey Hole. A special summer package costs from PS139, based on two adults and two children staying one night in a family room.
The witch blew out Bernard's candle then taunted him, but the NEED TO KNOW | ADRIAN CAFFERY and family were guests of Wookey Hole. A special summer package costs from PS139, based on two adults and two children staying one night in a family room.
In 1935, Wookey Hole was home to Britain's first diving attempt with breathing equipment, and, in 2004, divers reached a depth of 249ft, setting a British record.
They must have been living in Wookey Hole caves or down a disused Yorkshire coalmine for the last two months not to know that.
Wookey Hole Resort, situated in the picturesque Mendip Hills near Wells in Somerset, is one of the south west's most unique holiday destinations and world famous tourist attractions.
Irresistible Wookey Hole Cave-Aged Cheddar, PS3.60 for 200g, The Co-op We think cheddar is a cornerstone on any board, and this one is a real crowd-pleaser.
Winter Wonderland at Wookey Hole, Somerset (Nov 18 - Jan 7) WITH many caves, Wookey is perfect for a Santa's grotto - complete with the big man, real reindeer and a Christmas circus show.
Next morning, we headed over to Wookey Hole, just 20 miles away and full of fun things to do for all the family.
The ancient etchings were often carved near entrances to buildings, including Shakespeare's birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon, the Tower of London and Wookey Hole caves in Somerset.