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PLACES TO DIVE UK INLAND DIVES

Upper Lliw Reservoir

Landranger 165:Swansea, Gower, SN661059

Between the villages of Felindre and Llwyncelyn a track leaves the road signposted Lliw Reservoirs. Travel past the Lower Lliw and travel upto the top of the dam. No diving is allowed in the Lower Lliw.

The Reservoir is at an altitude of 160 metres and is 20 metres deep with a predominantly silty bottom. There are a couple of sunken boats to view and the sluice gates, but beware if they are open. Toilets and food can be found at the Lower Lliw. Permission and a key must be obtained from Welsh Water to dive here. You must also notify the Felindre Pumping Station when you are visiting.


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posted : October 21, 2005

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posted : September 16, 2004

never been to this place, whats the viz like and water temp at the moment anyone

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posted : September 16, 2004

I can recommend West Wales divers, I used to go there frwquently when I lived down there and they are excellent. Im now up in scotland but I always go down west wales divers when Im diving back in wales.

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posted : September 16, 2004

In response to Claire's question regarding learning to dive if you go on our Learn to dive section and select the area in which you wish to dive this will take you to a dive centre that will be able to help you. If you hace any other querries do not hesitate to contact me on 01785 815456. Regards Rosie Webb Sales Manager for UK Diving.

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posted : September 16, 2004

I found this website by accident. I'd really like to begin diving.I live in the swansea area. Any ideas how to start??!!!! Would really appriciate some info - thanks.

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posted : September 16, 2004

doesn't seem innappropriate to me.. bearing in mind the usual level of conversation it makes a nice change!

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posted : September 16, 2004

Hi to all readers of UK diving If this does not seem too inappropriate? Can I ask all readers to vote for me; I am standing for BSAC national council. As a diabetic I want to encourage as many disabled people into the sport. I also hope to see the age that clubs can start training divers be reduced from 14 to 12 at the individual diving officers discretion. I will also listen to as many divers as possible to see what you want from BSAC. This in turn will help me guide BSAC in the direction that the members desire. If I can ever be of any assistance please do contact me. Many thanks for taking the time to read this. Kind Regards Robert Higgie Email rhiggie@bsac.co.uk

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posted : September 16, 2004

found a large wooden hulled boat at approx 20 metres depth, roughly 100 metres away from the dam. How long has this been there?

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