Author: Nathan Targett

At last!…the Kingston and Elmbridge Annual General Meeting, held every November, could once again be held in the flesh, so to speak! Although last year’s online AGM was a great success, it was brilliant to be back in the club …

An AGM in the flesh! Read More »

Earlier this month 8 members of First Hinchley Wood Explorer Scouts took part in their first Try Dive experience. We must say they all did really well and all came away enthused to have another go, with a few saying …

Scouts Explore Diving! Read More »

This is a Notice of the Kingston and Elmbridge Sub Aqua Club Annual General Meeting and Agenda that will take place on Thursday 25th November 2021 at 9pm. The meeting will be held at the club house and is open …

Notice of 2021 AGM & Agenda Read More »

On Sunday 10th October we ran an Oxygen Administration Training course at the K&E club house, some taking this as a skill development course (SDC) and others to complete parts of their Dive Leader training. It also served as a …

Oxygen Administration Training Read More »

BEACH, RIB, HARD BOAT There is a choice of diving for all levels at Kingston Elmbridge Scuba Club and recently even an opportunity for family and friends to come and watch. This was demonstrated when three different club trips took …

Choices Choices Choices Read More »

On the 24th June 2021 members of Kingston and Elmbridge Sub Aqua Club headed out to Vobster Quays Inland Diving Centre to sink a boat. Well, not them exactly, more the British Army sappers who kindly agreed to sink club …

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“I love ginger nuts,” as I innocently proceeded to share a packet of biscuits.  “I’m sure you do!” came the reply…took me 30 seconds, but eventually realised that this pretty much set the tone and banter of the day. Seriously …

Ginger Nuts – Swanage Read More »

Brian Millar writes about the Kingston And Elmbridge Club Trip to Lundy in June 2021. Lundy always makes an entrance. Sometimes it looms out of the mist like some magical island out of a storybook. Sometimes it shimmers in the …

Just another manic Lundy Read More »

We mourn the loss of our good friend and club mate Paul Feakes who has sadly passed away following a long illness  Paul was a diver’s diver, enthusiastic, knowledgeable, technical and vastly experienced as well as being a lovely, modest …

Farewell Paul Feakes Read More »

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On Thursday 26 November, 33 members and committee of Kingston and Elmbridge BSAC joined together on Zoom to host the club’s first, and hopefully only, on-line AGM. Nothing, not even COVID-19, stands in the way of a Club Secretary running …

A Virtual AGM Read More »

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