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PLACES TO DIVE UK INLAND DIVES

Bala Lake mid wales

The largest natural lake in Wales Bala also contain a rare land-locked whitefish called a gwyniad. Visibility is good and depths can reach 40 metres.


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Dan
posted : February 21, 2007

It is very difficult to find any information on this dive site as it is not a recognised dive site but i had a look on the net for you but very very little info there apart from some information on a sea monster lurking in the deep!!!! what I have got though is a telephone number to contact and ask them? Bala Adventure & Water Sports Centre 01678 521059 . I will continue my search as we need to get something on the site regarding this area. Unfortunately I have never dived there just mono skied. The water seemed very clear but that was several years ago!!!! Good luck and if you do get any info do get back to me. Cheers Dan

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Scubamonkey
posted : February 20, 2007

I'm finding very little information about Bala as a dive site. I contacted a local watersports shop and they say the water is really quite murky all the time. Who's right? Is the vis good and can you dive the site? Anyone got any info...?

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taz
posted : August 06, 2005

Due to the recent death of Mr John cooper. The shop cooper ice & aqua is open on Thursdays Fridays and Saturdays For air / nitrox fills. Apeks servicing. Dive kit hire. Cylinder testing and General sales. 120 high street Wellington Telford. phone 01952 273905

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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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