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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.

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2022 Fish Award

Colin Hayward Colin is the epitome of a Fish award winner if you look at the requirements: “This is awarded annually to a member who has made a significant contribution to the CDG. Whilst [...]

2021 Fish Award

Dany Bradshaw British cave divers have achieved truly great things and since 1946 have organised ourselves under the banner of the CDG, which provides the framework for our activities. An organisation like ours does [...]

2020 Fish Award

Helen Farr 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. It is awarded to those who [...]

CDG AGM 2021

After recent events, the Welsh Section are delighted to invite you to 75th AGM and Anniversary Dinner in South Wales at The Manor Hotel, Crickhowell on 11th of September 2021. To celebrate this anniversary, [...]