Jack Ingle talks about Malta
Renowned National Instructor to make presentation
Renowned technical diver Jack Ingle is to give an evening of talks at Lutterworth Sub-Aqua Club.
Jack is a BSAC National Instructor, and well as a certified PSAI, TDI, IANTD and ITDA Technical Diving Instructor.
he has trained many people to dive at the highest level
He has been diving for more than 30 years, during which time he has trained many people to dive at the highest level. Since 1980 he has also been the leader of many key technical diving expeditions.
Notable descents on Jack’s CV include diving the Andrea Dorea, ‘The Mount Everest of Scuba Diving’, as well as the HMS Repulse and Prince of Wales in the South China Sea.
But on Tuesday 17th April he’s taking the night off to chat about two different topics: ‘Wrecks Of Malta’ and ‘Kit Configuration’.
Lutterworth is a Leicestershire-based BSAC club, founded in 1984. It has organised the Jack Ingle evening in aid of the Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland Air Ambulance (DLRAA).
Doors open at 19:00 at Lutterworth College, Bitteswell Road in Lutterworth, Leicestershire – postcode LE17 4EW – with ample free parking. It won’t be totally dry as there’s a fully licensed bar on site. Advance tickets cost just £5 each.
Tickets and more info are available from the Lutterworth SAC website.
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