I would be interested in sight of them or a copy thereof for the purpose of editing the Somerset Sump Index.
Somewhere buried in my house I have a few Independent Cave Diving Group papers. I will start a search in the next few days & report back. I can confirm that M.J.W., P.F.D. and D.S. were admitted to the CDG at a meeting in the New Inn, Priddy on 13th March 1965. O.C.L. was required to fulfill two conditions - "(a) practice using less air and (b) complete 3 of the 5 cave dives required for Diving Members".
The first dive recorded was in Abbots Pool on the 3rd November, 1964 John
Dave Savage tells me that the logs were all typed up by his then girlfriend. There were no more than a few copies ever made, for him, Wooding, Drew and often Lloyd. They were not published any more widely at the time.Whether any of the other copies are still extant is not currently known, though at least one of them may be.
Quote from: langcliffe on January 08, 2013, 11:52:10 amThe first dive recorded was in Abbots Pool on the 3rd November, 1964 JohnI remember it well. Wooding was blowing a load of air. He was lifelined, so I pulled him out at top speed with very little ceremony. He was very cross.
There's a fair bit of ICDG stuff at the British Caving Library.
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