Grimes Graves – prehistoric flint mine

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  • Named Grim’s Graves – meaning the pagan god Grim’s quarries, or ‘the Devil’s holes’ by the Anglo- Saxons. The only Neolithic flint mine open to the public in Britain. A grassy lunar landscape of over 400 shafts, pits, quarries and spoil dumps.

  • Grimes Graves - prehistoric flint mine Weather Forecast

    Light rain tomorrow and Monday, with temperatures falling to 22°C on Tuesday.

    Today's Forecast
     Clear throughout the day.
     
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      4:47 am    9:03 pm
    Saturday, May 27th
     Light rain starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening.
     
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      4:46 am    9:05 pm

    Sunday, May 28th
     Partly cloudy throughout the day.
     
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      4:45 am    9:06 pm
    Monday, May 29th
     Light rain starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening.
     
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       51%  67%   5 mph
      4:44 am    9:07 pm

    Tuesday, May 30th
     Partly cloudy until evening.
     
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       11%  47%   8 mph
      4:43 am    9:08 pm
    Wednesday, May 31st
     Partly cloudy in the morning.
     
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       0%  16%   2 mph
      4:42 am    9:09 pm

    Thursday, Jun 1st
     Clear throughout the day.
     
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       1%  1%   6 mph
      4:42 am    9:11 pm
    Friday, Jun 2nd
     Light rain overnight.
     
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      4:41 am    9:12 pm

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