St Mary's Terrace

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On the 20th of June 1908, a 71 foot long passage was found in the garden of number 39 extending towards Plynlimmon Road. It is unlikely that this passage links up to St Clements Caves however[2].

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  1. Brett Man. Histories Vol. 2 Chap. 13
  2. The Hastings Chronicle: 1900-1949 – The Hastings Chronicle, accessdate: 4 May 2021