Royston Cave is a man-made, bell shaped chamber over 25ft high (7.7m) hollowed out of the thick layer of chalk that underlies the town. The Cave is covered in fascinating low relief medieval style carvings. These carvings portray saints such as St Katherine and St Lawrence as well as a sheela-na-gig. It has been linked with the Knights Templar and the Freemasons and some believe it to be a source of powerful spiritual energy by virtue of the fact that two ley lines cross within it. Rediscovered in 1742, there was no mention of the cave in any documents before that date and since then people have been trying to identify who did the carvings and why. This DVD gives you a tour of the cave with a voice over provided by the former newscaster, Richard Whitmore, together with interviews with local experts, Sylvia Beamon and Peter Houldcroft. There is also an interview with Tobit Curteis about conservation issues. The whole DVD is almost 2 hours long. This DVD will play on all players. Buyer responsible for any local duties or taxes outside the UK Feedback Please leave feedback so we know you have received the DVD and are happy with your purchase. As soon as you leave your feedback, we will as a matter of course do the same for you. The item will be sent by royal mail second class signed for.