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  • Technical Divers since 1946

    The Cave Diving Group is the representative body for Cave Divers in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Its function is to educate and support cavers for recreational and exploratory operations in British sump conditions

Technical Divers since 1946

The Cave Diving Group was formed in 1946 by the late Graham Balcombe, making it the longest running cave diving organisation and amateur diving club in the world.



A British cave diver using rebreather and diver propulsion vehicle



Featured Articles


The CDG AGM will be held at 19:30 on Wednesday 18th November, via Zoom. For further details please see the forum.

2012 Fish Award

John Buxton

2019 Fish Award

Rob Murgatroyd The Fish Award has been made annually since 2012 in memory of the late Mike Jeanmaire or 'Fish' who served as CDG Chairman for 30 years. I want to say two things [...]

2018 Fish Award

David Brock At the 2018 AGM the Fish Award was given to David Brock. David has served the CDG as Secretary for many years, and in that time he has expertly guided the Group [...]