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Mid Herts Divers launch new ScubaText service!

October 21st, 2008

We've just launched a new text service using ScubaText. It allows everyone who's opted-in to send and receive text messages to everyone else! You only need to send 1 message from your phone (charged at your standard rate) and everyone will receive it! This is perfect for notifying club members of last-minute changes of plan (who us!?) or passing on important news. e.g. "Arlesey divers: M...

Mid Herts Diver visits Scuba Mallorca

October 21st, 2008

I was pleased to see Club member Jim Naylor arrive in Port Pollença on Friday last week and arrange to go diving with him. Later that evening we met up in town square for a beer and a chat. I was sorry to hear that most of the UK diving has been blown out this year, here in Mallorca we have lost about three days to poor weather. Jim and I dived Formentor Steps and the Tunnels of Love on Saturday ...

Marine Conservation Society Talk

October 16th, 2008

North Herts Divers Presents a talk on the work of the Marine Conservation Society 8 pm Wednesday 19th November at Stevenage Swimming Centre, St George's Way All Welcome For more information and to book your place please contact<BR>07962 455 313<BR>

Bowling in Stevenage - 7th November - meet at 19.45pm

October 2nd, 2008

Bowling Night Friday 7th Nov 8pm 16 of us have confirmed bowling and 3 lanes have now been booked !!I . Please can we meet at reception at 19.45pm to get drinks and shoes sorted.&nbsp; Bowling lanes are booked for&nbsp; 8pm. The cost per person is £8.44 which will be payable on the night please. You will still owe this money if you do not turn up or decide to cancel. Here's to a fun night!!

Sid's September report from Mallorca - Wreck Diving in Mallorca?

September 29th, 2008

There are no wrecks in the Bay of Pollença! So imagine my delight at being able to dive two this season. I have to say that neither of them compared to our own Channel wrecks but wrecks nevertheless. Following a storm I was taking four students on their fourth and final open water dive. Diving a site called “The Pinnacle” we took a route we don’t usually take and a shipwreck loomed up i...