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PLACES TO DIVE UK INLAND DIVES

Hill - Hole / Marshfield


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posted : September 13, 2004

We are two "young" pensioners who found Hill Hole today. It's a lovely walk, with seating at top to view right across Leics. Steps (be careful of the loose gravel)taking you down to a lovely green area near the fenced off water -maybe a picnic with the grandchildren one day, who knows. Nice to see somewhere not spoilt by "the horrors of today".

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posted : September 13, 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 13, 2004

"Hill Hole" is not privately owned - as such - it's owned by hinkley and Boswoth council - administered from Burbage common visitors center - they allow climbing over the water walls - so they may well still allow diving - you'd have to ring them though...

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