Mendip Cave Rescue were called by the police at 20:18 on Saturday 22nd July 2017 for an incident at Box stone mine. A small team of experienced local cavers who know the mines well attended the scene, along with representatives from the mine owners and UK Mines Rescue, and found that a group of 9 explorers had entered the mine workings, and 2 inexperienced members had become split from the rest of their party. Whilst the other 7 had exited the mine, the pair who had become separated managed to find Jacks Entrance where they could get a mobile phone signal from behind the newly installed bars and call for help. Mendip Cave Rescue and UK Mines Rescue quickly located the pair, provided them with helmets and more light and escorted them out via an alternative nearby entrance, and apart from being cold and tired, they were unharmed and the incident was closed at 22:15. Our friends from Dorset & Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service again attended and supplied lighting to the scene and passed blankets through the gate to help keep the pair warm whilst they were waiting for assistance.