Senior Space School continued with teams Gagarin and Philae taking part in astronaut training and buggy building.
Last nights Senior Space School teams Sputnik and Tereshkova in Astronaut training and building their space buggy for exploration
Happy Bubblemaker from last nights pool session... well done everyone and see you at Seal Team
So Senior Space School students are about to start their astronaut training today, please find below this weeks opening times.
Monday 30th July 10:30 - 13:45
Tuesday 31st July 10:30 - 13:45
Wednesday 1st Aug Closed all day
Thursday 2nd Aug 10:30 - 13:45
Friday and Saturday open as normal
Choosing a Dive Computer is one of the biggest and earliest decisions you will make in your Dive career as NO dive should be undertaken without the means to monitor depth and time
This article was originally published in our club newsletter but it is something we thought worth sharing.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Seamaster 300M watch sponsors have pledged a treasure chest of prizes including an Omega Seamaster 300M, worth £3000, to Stoney Cove who are running a treasure hunt challenge from 1 August until 25 October.
(During that time frame, we are at Stoney, training and Club Diving on Sunday 5th August / Sunday 26th August / 2nd September / 30th September / 7th October and 21st October)
Taking part is easy - simply look out for treasure coins at Stoney and if you get your hands on a coin, hand it in to the Receiver of Wreck at Stoney Cove, who will enter you into the prize draw for the small fee of £5. The treasure coins will be taken to The Dive Show – at the NEC, 27–28 October – where a diving TV personality will take part in a public draw and announce the winners.
All proceeds of the Tarratt, Omega, Stoney Cove Challenge Treasure Hunt will go to LOROS Hospice, which provides free, high-quality, compassionate care and support to terminally ill adult patients, their family and carers. A great fun way to raise money for a great cause! Happy hunting!
Teams on the last day of "Astronaut Training" at Junior Space School were Apollo and Sputnik
Astronaut Training for Senior Space School starts on Sunday
A video of the this weeks teams undertaking their weightlessness experience and team building excercise to build a space buggy available on our YouTube channel here
Teams on day two of Junior Space School were Luna 9 and Peake.
Day one Setup of Space School completed, is it really a year since we last did this?
Teams today in water were Gagarin and Armstrong