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RAID Connect event a resounding success

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Swansea-based dive centre Bay Divers hosted the first UK RAID Connect event in early July and it was a resounding success, attracting divers from other RAID centres to the stunning coastline of Pembrokeshire.

Karl Kruger and his team ran the event at St Brides over the weekend of 3-4 July and thankfully, the ever-changing UK weather co-operated, meaning that everyone could get out and enjoy the excellent shore diving on offer.

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Camping was the order of the day!

Kevin Murphy brought down several divers from RAID centre Severntec Diving in Shropshire, and all of the divers enjoyed some great dives, a spot of training, an evening barbecue and some fabulous socialising and team building.

RAID Connect events are about much more than just diving, the whole point is the ‘connections’ – meeting other like-minded people is so beneficial, especially with the months of social distancing we have experienced. Enjoying the buzz of the sport and the social interaction is the life-blood of scuba diving.

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Fettling tanks ready for a day’s diving.

And it is not just limited to RAID centres and divers, anyone is welcome – RAID is a fully inclusive diver training agency. As they say, ‘we don’t care what colour T-shirt you wear’, and encourage people of all ages and agencies to come along and ‘connect’.

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RAID Connect is open to all divers, regardless of training agency.

The next RAID Connect event is on 21-22 August in Plymouth, and will be hosted by In Deep dive centre.

Future events are planned for 11-12 September in Scotland with West Coast Diving, and 16-17 October at the Farnes with Deep Blue Pirates.

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