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British Cave Research Association

The BCRA is a speleological association in the United Kingdom. Its motivation is to animate the investigation of caverns and related wonders, and it makes this by supporting hollow and karst research, empowering unique investigation (both in the UK and on undertakings abroad), gathering and distributed speleological data, keeping up a library and sorting out instructive and experimental meetings and gatherings.  BCRA is a recorded philanthropy in the UK, and a principal body of the British Caving Association (BCA), undertaking beneficent exercises for the benefit of BCA.

The BCRA has acquitted in 1973 of the BSA and the Cave Research Group of Great Britain (CRG). Whenever, later, the National Caving Association (NCA) was done, BCRA got to be one of its constituent bodies. Despite the fact that NCA was perceived as the overseeing body for UK buckling by the Sports Council it didn't permit singular enrollment thus BCRA was seen by numerous as accepted the national body. This situation was conferred in 2005 when NCA was disbanded and another body, the British Caving Association assumed control over NCA's capacity as the overseeing body for UK buckling (as perceived by the Sports Council). BCA related a few of the 'national body' benefits already gave by NCA and BCRA.

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