Beech caves that is, with fire breathers and fire jugglers….do I really need to big this up any more??
The caves are protected from the elements but do please bring sturdy footwear as it can be quite muddy getting in there. If you haven’t been before the caves used to hold raves and so are covered in graffiti which adds to the photos. Don’t forget your tripods!
As we will be paying our fire people, members are kindly requested to pay their usual weekly fees.
Directions are in the link and here:
Beech Caves were brought to my attention by Dom Bloomfield, and as they can be found close to Newcastle-under-Lyme I decided to go in search of them to photograph them and try to find some information concerning them.
I followed the A34 from Newcastle heading towards Stone until I came into the village of Tittensor, you then need to look for Winghouse lane which will be on your right. Follow this lane for about half a mile until you see a small lane on your right called Beechdale road, follow this narrow road for about three-quarters of a mile, it will lead you over the M6 motorway bridge, shortly after this you will start climbing a hill with a wood on it, you will be able to see Beech caves on your left hand side from the road. Postcode is roughly ST4 8SE.