No.1 (TQ931537) - filled chalkwellNo.2 (TQ948533) - filled chalkwellNo.3 (TQ933533) - chalkwell reported but not visitedNos.4-5 (TQ929533) - 2 chalkwells reported but not visitedNo.6 (TQ942543) - filled chalkwellNo.7 (TQ939543) - filled chalkwellNo.8 (TQ946533) - chalkwell reported to be open but not visitedNo.9 (TQ948533) - open chalkwell reported but not visitedNo.10 (TQ932543) - filled chalkwellNo.11 (TQ932547 - filled chalkwellNo.12 (TQ929541) - filled chalkwellNo.13 (TQ937542) - filled chalkwellNo.14-15 (TQ939536) - 2 filled chalkwellsNo.16 (TQ946535) - filled chalkwellNo.17 (TQ946532) - filled chalkwellNo.18 (TQ945532) - filled chalkwellNos.19-22 (TQ930539) - 4 chalkwells reports but not visitedNos.23-24 (TQ931538) - 2 open chalkwells (shaft 7 metres) with 3 chambersNo.25 (TQ929541) - filled chalkwellNo.26 (TQ925532) - filled chalkwellNo.27 (TQ930530) - chalkwell reported but not visitedNo.28 (TQ932530) - filled chalkwellNo.29 (TQ932540) - filled chalkwellNo.30 (TQ926534) - open chalkwell (shaft 5 metres) with 4 chambersNo.31 (TQ927530) - open chalkwell with 4 chambersReferences"Deneholes Part 2", Chelsea Speleological Society, page 83
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Otterden Chalk Mine belongs to the Kent region.