Harvey Hadden Sports Village Pool

The pool at Harvey Hadden Sports Village is the main training pool. Measuring 25m by 25m and with a maximum depth of approx 4m, it provides plenty of space for dive training groups to spread out and a lot of space for swimming.

Not applicable - this location is a swimming pool and does not have any wildlife encounters underwater.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
Body of Water

Body of Water

  • Artificial
Visibility

Visibility

  • 28 m
Current

Current

  • No Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Pool/Indoor

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

Stoney Cove quarry was originally a granite mine. In 1958 when quarrying at the site ceased, the quarry filled with spring water. Today, the site consists of 3 main levels: a 6m shelf area, ideal for beginner training, a 36m sump for more advanced training and the main body consisting of 2 large 22m deep areas.

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Dosthill Quarry

Dosthill Quarry is a Spring fed, fresh water lake at the heart of Dosthill in Tamworth. Easily accessible from the M42 and the M6 Opening times:-Thurs - 1300 - 2100, Friday - 1300 - 2100, Saturday- 0700 - 1600, Sunday - 0700 - 1600. Last entry is 90 minutes before closing time.

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Gildenburgh Water

With a maximum depth of 22m, easy entry and exist points, training platforms at all convenient depths. Gildenburgh Water is a great dive site for any diver, but particularly for novices and divers needing a convenient refresher dive.

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Eight Acre Lake

Eight Acre has a maximum depth of 14m which is ideal for most training courses, and provides good opportunities for recreational dives. There are several training platforms at varying depths around the lake if needed for training. There are 2 deep entrances to the lake as well as a slope with railings.

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SS Rosalie (Wreck)

The Rosalie was torpedoed in 1915 and now sits just off Weybourne Beach at a depth of approx. 8 meters. She is a lovely dive and covered in life such as crabs, anemones, sponges, and fish. It is easiest to do the dive at low tide slack water.

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Capernwray (Jackdaw Quarry)

Capernwray is the North-West’s inland dive site frequented by many divers and schools. Tends to open at weekends and from thursdays in the winter and on wednesdays through to evening in the summer.

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Devils bridge

Diving the River Lune as it passes by Kirkby Lonsdale makes an excellent drift dive. The river is not particularly deep but is full of trout, eels and even the occasional salmon.

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Cromhall Quarry

Ideally situated just of the M5 motorway in South Gloucestershire, Slickstones Quarry (its real name) is an ideal place for training and for novice divers, Depths vary in the water from 1m-16m, Visibility varies depending on time of year.

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Wraysbury

Wraysbury is a great dive site for any diver, but particularly novices and divers needing a convenient refresher dive. With a maximum depth of 14m Wraysbury has a huge number of various sized wrecks, including the fuselage of a 737 plane, a bus, thorpe park rangers, boats, cars, and even a VW camper van.

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NDAC is an inland dive site that offers diving to all regardless of experience level. Depths vary between 6 to 76 meters. NDAC has a wide array of things to look at including a Wessex MK5 Helicopter and a BAE 146 Airplane, to name a few.

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