Saturday, 11th August 2007 by Colin
After enough good weather in the Hepste valley in South Wales Andy and Colin thought Tucks Rift might be in condition. This is a long term project that has resulted in us finding about 100 m of previously unexplored passage and one aven with an impassable surface connection...
Sunday, 15th July 2007 by Colin
The weather had remained dry overnight so I took the chance of a trip up to Grey Wife Hole on Newby Moss, an interesting Sunday cave only 15 minutes from the road. The original plan was to go and dive the sump. Common sense prevailed and I went up with the aim of checking the [...]
Saturday, 14th July 2007 by Colin
Several people from WMCEG and a couple from Dudley CC have expressed an interest in supporting a trip down the Lost Johns cave system for which WMCEG had a permit for the 14th. In the event five people turned up for the trip. Rach, Rich and Colin from WMCEG: Keef and Brendon from Dudley, we had no interpreter...
Sunday, 8th July 2007 by Colin
A mixed trip of caving, cave diving and cycling had been planned as the summer holiday for a small party including Andy (Rach please note) Sue, Marcus, Cath, little Peter and Colin...
Sunday, 17th June 2007 by Colin
As the weather had destroyed any chance of getting any interesting caving done over the weekend myself and Andy headed off to a flooded quarry in Cromhall, Gloucestershire...
Sunday, 10th June 2007 by Colin
Marcus wanted to go and have a look at sump six in P8 (Jackpot) in Derbyshire. Several years ago he did some work towards sump ten but had always by-passed sump six which branches off between sumps five and seven, both of which drain into six. With sump six being the lowest point in what is known as the downstream sumps (one to ten) it offers a good digging potential...
Monday, 21st May 2007 by Colin
Rick asked me along to the Coventry swimming pool to act as official observer whilst he tested his new micro rebreather...