*Disclaimer - I am not a southern caver despite having recently moved to Exeter, I assume there's a baptism or something I have to do down Swildons while my SRT kit is burnt
CSCC only manage the caves that have a standard padlock on, the key for which can be borrowed from any of the clubs.
Well, you have at least 5 CSCC members. The committee aren't interested in having anything to do with this forum.
Well, the 5% who post regularly on here anyway. They would seem to be in the "silent majority"
I find it interesting that no one from the CSCC has been on here to defend themselves. [/quoteQuote from: crickleymal on May 08, 2020, 02:14:24 pmI find it interesting that no one from the CSCC has been on here to defend themselves. You're assuming that they can read, write and own a computer. Major presumptions there.
I find it interesting that no one from the CSCC has been on here to defend themselves.
Quote from: mikem on May 08, 2020, 04:34:54 pmWell, the 5% who post regularly on here anyway. They would seem to be in the "silent majority" If you genuinely think that the majority of people agree with the few in the CSCC who are orchestrating all these shenanigans, I want some of what you're smoking. There was a vote, and of those who cared enough to vote, the significant majority are in opposition to the current attitude of the CSCC members causing these issues. Most people simply don't care enough to vote, they just want to go caving.Should the CSCC carry on with this sort of tactic then either people will stop caring altogether and give up on the BCA (As my club has), and just go f**king caving, or they'll actively seek removal of the CSCC, or replacement of the BCA (Me and my club will actively help with this option). It may take a year, it may take 5, but things carrying on as they were in the 40 years ago is simply not going to happen.
Coz North Wales is well known for access (last para):https://www.derbyscc.org.uk/caving/caves_northwales.php
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