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The UK’s Original National Dive Site!
- Diving started in 1958.
- In 1981 the site was bought by the British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC) and it became their National Dive Site.
- The BSAC sold it to Ian Forster in 1988 – totalling then, and still, the 2 oldest National Dive Sites in Ian’s ownership – Dosthill Quarry near Birmingham, and Gildenburgh Water near Peterborough.
- Diving is still the main activity, although since the 2012 Olympics in London, there has been a huge upsurge in interest in open water swimming, which is now a popular additional activity at the Quarry.
Enquiries? Call the site on 01827 281304 (in site opening times), or call Dive In Ltd on 01733 351288 (every day from 8am – 4.30pm) or drop an email to …
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