As a club, we took 17 divers to the York Diver Training College. Upon arrival, you were greeted by the college team whom simply checked everybody off, did the usual Health and safety drills, fire points etc and then split us into two groups. One group will do the hard hat dive to 8m first whilst the other group would do the Hyperbaric chamber and swap over after lunch.
It seems like only yesterday that Donna came to us to start her training to complete a sponsored scuba dive as this year's challenge. A challenge that she has taken by the horns and driven forwards with passion. I wrote about her training only a few weeks ago, and she really has progressed exponentially.
A small group of Sub C Divers members hit the waves this past May bank holiday weekend with the promise of sun and maybe a spot of good viz, they were not to be disappointed.
On the 29th April 2018 members from our club enjoyed a dive at Vivian Dive Centre, Llanberis after delivering a cheque to the RNLI Rhyl earlier that day.
What has 2 teams, 14 players, a lead puck and involves beating each other with sticks? OK so the beating each other with sticks isn't supposed to happen... but welcome to the underwater world of Octopush!
Cancer survivor Donna Powell approached Sub C Divers in order to undertake a sponsored SCUBA dive to raise funds for the 117 year old Cancer research charity The Christie.
Members from the club attended Rhyl Lifeboat station on the 29th April 2018 to present a cheque for £300 donated on behalf of the members of Sub C Divers after a charity auction night fundraiser.