Freediving is the sport of Apnea, diving with just one breath of air. Emma is one of the world’s leading freediving instructors and the author of the stunning book One Breath: A Reflection on Freediving. She has taught thousands of people worldwide to freedive, including Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Terence Stamp.
Thursday 19 April 2012 @ 8pm – Oxford BSAC clubhouse
Andy Torbet: Extreme Diver, Climber, Adventurer, Zoologist and Presenter
Extreme Britain – The first instalment
Andy Torbet, having spent last year championing micro-adventures for beginners in the UK, will be discussing one of this year’s projects; showcasing just how extreme adventures can get in the British Isles.
Thurs 27th October 2011 @ 8pm (doors 7.30)
Oxford BSAC Clubhouse, Hinksey Park (via Lake Street), Oxford, OX1 4RP – Location
Bar and refreshments available
October 13th: Diver Incident and Safety Resource Centre
Gareth Lock is the founder of Cognitas (cognitas.org.uk), an organisation promoting a “just culture” among divers and highlighting the need to encourage divers to report all incidents, however minor or innocuous they appear to be at the time.
Thames Valley Police
Specialist Search and Recovery Team
The Specialist Search and Recovery Team (SSRT) is involved in far more than diving.
The SSRT is a specialist team with training and expertise in search and recovery in hazardous environments. It works over land and under water, searching for and recovering items such as firearms, drugs, property, explosives and missing persons.
The team is made up of eight officers – one sergeant and seven constables – plus one police staff dive technician. The unit is involved in around 350 operations each year.
Thurs 22nd Sept @ 8pm (doors 7.30)
Open to the general public.