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Caption for Wookey Hole, 'The Witch' 1896: The route then heads east back to the Mendips to visit another celebrated tourist attraction, Wookey Hole. Underground caverns hollowed out by streams are a feature of carboniferous limestone country, and Wookey Hole is one of the more spectacular examples. Here, the visitor sees a sequence of splendidly named caves, including the Witches Kitchen, the Great Hall and Cathedral Cavern. It is also the source of the River Axe, which powered the nearby Victorian paper mill, now also a museum, restaurant and shop.

Memories of Wookey Hole

I have an old letter from a Miss P Hill who lived at Summerleaze Cottage in the mid sixties. Sadly, we lost touch. Does anyone know of Summerleaze Cottage, Wookey, please, or of Miss Hill? Thank you.

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