Cornish Bard and member of the British Caving Association, Pat Tremain of Launceston, has been taking the Cornish National Flag underground since 2014.

In October 2023 it went into Ogof y Ci in the Bannau, Wales, where after crawling and squeezing along the rock, and carefully wading along the underground stream, Pat was privileged to see a Blind White Trout swimming in the dark.

The photograph, taken by cave leader Gary Evans, is from 2022 in Llygad Llwchwr cave system where the flag got very wet.

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