The Group's most recent AGM took place at Ingleton in April in Ingleton. Thanks are due to the Northern Section for hosting this efficient event, which at only 70 minutes long may have set some sort of record. By now all members should have received a copy of the AGM Minutes from a their Section Secretaries or direct from the Central Committee. Thank you to the 24 attendees who re-elected me as the Editor, at this interesting time for the Newsletter. For those who attended the AGM, or, like me have read the Minutes, you will a be aware of a proposal summarised on page 15 of this NL. There has subsequently been some discussion of the impact of the decision reached and this is highlighted in the first "Letters to the Editor" I have received in my tenure. These letters have been reproduced verbatim on pages 16 and 17 with the permission of the authors.
Switching to the current NL, thank you (as always) to those who have submitted dive logs. These describe ongoing exploration in Scotland, Northern England, the Peak District and Wales with notable progress in Austwick Beck Head, Robinsons' Pot, and The Boil Up. As many take the opportunity to travel overseas this summer, and others continue UK projects, it is hoped that the October 2022 edition will be a fitting one to mark the end of the distribution of printed NLs. So, please continue to send me your diving logs, articles, top tips and changes to QD status or Section Secretaries.
The deadline for the October 2022 Newsletter is 1 September. Safe diving. 1