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Midlands Diving Chamber launches Dive Lectures 2020 in aid of Bite-Back

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Join Midlands Diving Chamber for an evening of escapism, adventure and laughter, with great speakers and most importantly, fundraising for a great cause.

Dive Lectures 2020, brought to you by the Midlands Diving Chamber in aid of Bite-Back, will take place on Wednesday 1 April, at the Macready Theatre, Rugby School.

Bite-Back are dedicated to shark and marine conservation, and aim to:

Educate: Highlight the environmental risks of overfishing and change public perception of sharks.

Eliminate: Stop shops and restaurants selling shark and other threatened marine life.

Motivate: Inspire compassion for the marine environment and empower supporters.

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Taking to the inaugural stage is camera operator and explorer Katy Fraser. Having spent her career producing work for her independent film company, She Dives Tech, Katy has now exploded onto the Natural History diving scene with her unique concepts and ideas, working with BBC and Silverback Films LTD.

Midlands Diving Chamber are also pleased to present Leigh Bishop, shipwreck explorer and pioneer of deep-wreck mixed-gas diving and regarded as one of the most-accomplished wreck divers in the world.

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Entrance will be free, so please ensure that you help the MDC to fill up the Bite-Back buckets on the night.

Tickets will go extremely quickly, so register now to avoid missing out on your place, and if you can’t go, then give your ticket back for re-distribution.

 

Date: Wednesday 1 April 2020

Time: 7pm (doors open at 6pm)

Location: Macready Theatre, Rugby School.

Mark Evans
Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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