The Fin inn,Mountain Queensbury, Bradford 01274 812008 help@bradfordsubaqua.co.uk Tues, Friday 18:30-20:30
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Welcome to Bradford Sub Aqua Club

We Love Diving

Bradford Sub Aqua Club
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Bradford Sub Aqua

We love Training People to Dive

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Bradford Sub Aqua Club

We love being out on the water

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LEARN TO DIVE
We are a vibrant dive club with an enthusiastic membership. All diving agencies are welcome and all levels of diving ability are catered for.
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TRAINING
From beginner to experienced diver, Bradford Sub-Aqua Club can provide a full training programme that enables divers to qualify at their own pace.
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CLUB MEETINGS
For more information why not come along to our clubhouse on either Tuesday or Friday Evening from 7pm? Or send us a message and we'll get back to you!
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SNORKELING
We run courses for children and adults who just want to enjoy time in the sea or lakes and rivers.
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TRY SCUBA DIVING
Keen to scuba diving but not sure if it’s for you? Then come and try it out in our safe pool environment. Chances are you’ll love it and get the bug!
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WHERE WE DIVE
Members of the club dive in many different place in this country and abroad.Places we have dived are Angelsey, Farne Islands, Scotish lochs,Oban and many other oplaces.

Why People say about us

What people have said about us on google

David Baxendall

Great place to learn to dive and meet other people

Paul Cook

Dedicated people that have enabled my daughter to qualify and one is just about to qualify. I would go no where else. Run not for profit, run for the love of diving! Thank you

Don't Forget To Meet Our Team.

Bradford Subaqua Club Is run by volunteers elected by the members but all members play a big part in running the club

Bob Lock
Bob Lock

Treasurer and Membership

Hillary Child
Hillary Child

Club Secretary

Paul Child
Paul Child

Assistant Diving officer

Latest Dives by our Club Members

  • diving Capernwray
    diving Capernwray Diving At Capernwray 30th December2020 As the last dive in 2020 and dive sites limited by the covid restrictions we booked in at capernwray 8 members braved the minus air temperatures to find the water a pleasant 8deg Callum and Ben enjoyed there first dive free from instructors christian practiced his bouancy and had his first look at planes Dave and Ben J visited the knome garden
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  • Diving in Coniston
    Diving in Coniston

    Bailiff Wood

     

    How to get here This site is half way down Coniston with Fir Island nearby. The woodland belongs to the Forestry Commission who have set aside picnic areas with tables and benches and toilets. The woods offer long walks and the air is heavy with the sent of conifer and other shrubbery. Parking This is yet another well appointed parking place with welcome amenities and forest walks for the family to enjoy. They could also walk along the shoreline of the lake and watch the ferries glide back and forth along this busy waterway while you go diving. If Yachts are everywhere, you will need an SMB for safety. The wardens monitoring the yachts are eagle eyed, so if you do not have an SMB you will be approached by them for sure - and these guys and women have teeth! Brief This is one of three sites that offer the deepest diving in Coniston. Not only are these deep if you want them to be but you have dramatic scenery below. Rock faces and ledges to cruise over and with Bailiff wood a few years ago "The Lady in the Lake" was discovered here. Frequented by all the local dive clubs in this area which should suggest to you how good it is. Torches are obligatory if you are planning deeper than 15 to 20 metres. Bailiff Wood tends to be everyone's favourite dive site along this side of the lake so you may not be along on Sunday's. The Dive Select Media Heading out (west) and then moving north at ten metres. This offers a dive down to 10 metres where you will come to the abyss. This is a vertical undercut rock face running north to south. She bottom's out at just over 40 metres. Just before reaching the abyss there used to be a toilet and bath that local buds added to this attraction for the trainee's. Unfortunately some one has pushed these over the side and are now unretrivable without a lot of effort. Should you find the toilet intact, lift the lid if still on, and enjoy the read! There are also the usual perch past the 15 metre mark. Hazards to Divers None to report unless you try to sit on the loo - see Media Photo b) of webmaster Paulwith all lights blazing one end and dare we say - we are not sure about his other end !!??

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  • Diving in Crummock Water
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