Upper Dinas Silica Mine Diving

A quick trip into the Upper Dinas Silica Mines in the Glyn Neath region of the Neath Valley. The mines behind Dinas Rock a rather a larger affair than their cousins alongside the Nedd Fechan. Several large entrances are still clearly visible from the path which drops steeply down from the top of Dinas Rock […]

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Physically Fit = Mentally Fit

Our physical and mental health go hand in hand. When you put a bit of time and effort into keeping yourself physically fit, you automatically get an improvement in your mental health. The same is also the true if you keep your self mentally active, then this in turn can lead to good physical health. […]

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Diving Courses & Trips Coming up!

Well its been a busy start to the year that’s for sure. Flat out working just now, which is the way we want it to be. Thankful for some calm weather which has allowed me to be in the water nearly everyday since January 6th, when my son went back to school. So far this […]

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Hiking up Fan Fawr

Another day in the hills keeping fit – its all for a purpose which I will reveal at a later date – and yes its all relevant to my diving. This is just a short video of a hike up Fan Fawr, which is in the Brecon Beacons. Yous tart walking it form the same […]

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Diving Brixham

This last few days I have been diving in South Devon. I had a few days commercial diving in the north of Lyme Bay and then I decided a couple of dives in Brixham would be a great way t finish it off. I was put up in a hotel in Torquay, it was pleasant […]

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Keeping Fit for Diving

Staying fit for diving is crucial for me. I have an annual medical that I have to pass, in addition to that, diving for a living is physically taxing. I am a big believer in if you want to be fit for an activity then you should do that activity, however, it doesn’t hurt to […]

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Merry Christmas!

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Ocean Damage

Diving in Loch Fyne and seeing the devastation of years of mechanical dredging and harvesting – which stopped in 2016, but two years on the seabed still hasn’t recovered.

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