LOCATION

Cromhall Quarry is a 55 acre former limestone quarry with 9.5 acres of crystal clear waters. Aside from its natural beauty there are many reasons why the Cromhall Quarry site is unique. The site is home to EU protected Great Crested Newts and is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) containing many fossils, including the Cromhall dinosaur!

Our address is Cromhall Quarry, Cromhall, South Gloucestershire GL12 8AA.

The easiest way to find us is from Junction 14 of the M5: take the B4059 towards Wotton-Under-Edge.
At the roundabout, turn right on the B4058 towards Cromhall, Rangeworthy and Iron Acton.

After about 1/4 mile, just past the Cromhall village sign, there are some workshops on the right hand side. 

There is also a sign for South West Maritime Academy.
Turn into the entrance and follow the lane, past the Maritime Academy buildings that leads down to the quarry.

On arriving follow the water's edge round to us and park between the two flags. A big stack of paddle boards, flags and big smiles should give us away!

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