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The record rainfall of winter 2013 caused a substantial increase in the number of 'sinkholes' as a result of collapse of natural underground cavities and 'crownholes', which are a consequence of old mining activity. Areas subject to sinkholes are those where sands, gravels and clays overlie chalk, limestone, gypsum and...

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