About North Glos BSAC


North Glos BSAC Committee

The club is led by a committee made up of club members who perform various duties and guide the club along a path of successful training and diving


Hard Boat dive

As well as our own club RIB we often charter hard boats


We dive all over the world as well as the UK. This was a wreck in the Red Sea


We often dive the Farne Isles and we are usually greeted by friendly seals

Undersea Wonders

Red Sea? Barrier Reef? No, this photo was taken in Cornwall.

Tropical diving

The Red Sea offers warm and clear water

Moody Blue

Our club's own dive RIB

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A friendly local diving club

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The club is led by a committee made up of club members who perform various duties and guide the club along a path of successful training and diving

The Committee 2017-18:


Rich Gardner: Chairman
Very long standing member of the club and now back at the helm of the committee. Rich is an extraordinary musician and a keen sailor.

Chanelle Wilkinson: Secretary
Chanelle works in marine insurance so if our boat sinks we know where to come.

Russ ManleyRuss Manley: Boat Officer
Russ personally looks after all things to do with Moody Blue, our club RIB. If you don't keep it clean and tidy Russ will be after you. And now he can get the committee to back him up!

Chris Jordan: Membership Secretary
Chris started diving 14 years ago in the warm waters of South East Asia, but after his first UK he was got hooked. Since then he's enjoyed some of his favourite dives around the UK and progressed through to Dive Leader and Open Water Instructor


Simon Casewell:
Diving Officer

Simon will be working hard overseeing diving activities and doing his best to encourage more members to organise a dive.

Anthony Owens
Awaiting details...

Adrian Eyre: Equipment Officer
 Where would be without Adrian. One of the original founder members of the club, Adrian is also our equipment officer and makes sure everything is tested and up to date. You will find him instructing at the pool every week.

stuart coopeStuart Coope:
Stu is a Project Manager. He loves to dive and is keen to get others in the water to enjoy the sites he has been privileged to see. Taught by NATO he now dives for fun. Stuart says he wants to become an instructor "to give back to the club the help and support they gave me".  

Tony Stewart:
Our very own salty old sea dog! Having spent his life in the navy he just can't keep away from the sea.

Graham LundegaardGraham Lundegaard:
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A club member for 35 years and an active diver. When he's not under water he's busy at his day (and night!) job as director of Sandling Fireworks, assembling fireworks and putting on displays.

Carol Marzuola:
Originally from Venezuela, Carol is an active member of the club and is now organising her first club dives. Well done Carol!


Joe Whitelow

An enthusiastic and active  diver. When he's not diving he fires firework displays!

Dave Phillips
One of our most qualified divers Dave is an Advanced Open Water Instructer. When he is not diving Dave runs a funfair! a man of many talents.

steve cresswellSteve Cresswell
Builder by trade, Steve is a handy man to have around and can fix anything!

Simon Probyn
Longstanding member of the club and active diver - well he is when he's not diving abroad somewhere exotic anyway.

Jayne StephensJayne Stephens:
Jayne is a hard working member of the club and has done us proud over the years.