Rescue

HOW TO CALL OUT CAVE RESCUE

  1. Dial 999
  2. Ask for the POLICE
  3. Then ask for CAVE RESCUE
  4. Be prepared to give as much information as possible about the location of the cave, the cavers involved and the injuries sustained.
  5. STAY BY THE PHONE
  6. A Cave Rescue Warden will call you back for more details

SMWCRT The South and Mid Wales Cave Rescue Team HQ is at Penwyllt cottage no 2, and many of our members are also members of SMWCRT. The team hold training events throughout the year, usually in the local area Penwyllt - see their calendar for details.

Pant Mawr Pot

A permit is required for access to Pant Mawr Pot. A permit is obtained in advance from the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and will be granted to any bona-fide caver.

A permit must be carried by all groups visiting the cave. This is to enable Estate ground staff to challenge parties, on behalf of the landowner, and verify that they have permission to be crossing the moor to access the cave.

No key is required for Pant Mawr Pot.

Participation Statement: The SWCC recognises that caving, mine exploration and diving are activities with a risk of personal injury or death. Participants in such activities should be aware and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions and involvement. Through its association with the BCA the SWCC recognises that correct training is one way of minimising such risks and provides opportunities for training.