Saturday 22nd March
Club meetings are not everyones cup of tea. However, they are key aspect of keeping various outdoor sports such as caving, climbing and mountaineering, not only moving forward, but ensuring they are more accessible to all.
The Council for Northern Caving Clubs does just that. I have found it a great association to be part of and one who are actively supporting cavers from all overt UK and many caving clubs in the North of England. One key aspect of the CNCC is looking after access to caves in Yorkshire, without this the caving community would be much worse off.
I represent the CNCC on the Britsh Caving Association ( BCA ) Equipment and Technical Group. All members work and offer their time voluntary for the CNNC, mainly due to their passion of the sport.
Todays meeting was quite lively at times, and a whole range of topics got discussed and much progress made, which is how it should be in my view. Opinions shared and progress made.
For details of the CNCC, the work they do on behalf of cavers and minutes of their meetings visit their web page