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Duke opens 100 metre cave system
The Duke of Gloucester will officially open an artificial caving system for young people in Milton Keynes.

The outdoor education centre at Caldecotte now includes 100 metres of concrete piping laid underneath 32,000 tons of soil sculpted into a mountain.

Organisers hope the new facilities will provide a new physical challenge for thousands of young people.

The Duke is president of the National Association of Clubs for Young People and will open the cave on Wednesday.




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