200m of 'Superblue' SpanSet rope to add to your club tackle store
CHECC have been fantastic this year in supporting UKC. As a thank you, we are offering 200m rope as a prize for the best photograph posted capturing CHECC 2022. Closing date 11th December. Please help spread the word, thanks!
If anyone would like to come that isn't yet a BCRA member it's not difficult or expensive to join, if you're already a BCA member it'll cost you up to ?17 to add on the BCRA membership and as little as ?2.50 if you're a full time student - a bargain to be able to attend these cave science workshops and all our other events
I'm helping to run the South Wales workshop. No prior experience of cave science or geology needed, just a willingness to observe and discuss ideas. The plan for the weekend partly depends on numbers and experience of the group, but I intend to run a trip into OFD2 to show how much we can learn about cave development and past environments just from looking at the cave and any sediments/deposits. No ropes or SRT kit required.
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Hi, just wondering how is best to get to the SWCC on this weekend? My friend and I (both Imperial college caving club members) have signed up for the Biology workshop and will be travelling from London. Any help would be great!
do you have a car? if not, then organising some kind of car share with some other students from a different university would be a good idea. Reading, Oxford, Cardiff are all en route via train or bus. Get onto the CHECC facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/groups/checc/) and ask around.