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Forgotten smugglers' underground caves could be reopened

Plans to re-open a 'lost Kent attraction' that was shut down 13 years ago could be on the verge of success.

Believed to have been created as a mine - then rediscovered when a gardener fell down a hole - the entrance to the Margate Caves was concreted over in 2004 when they were seen as too expensive to run.

But new funding would mean the caves can be re-opened to the public.

Sarah Saunders reports on what lies beneath our feet: