Night diving returns to Wraysbury

London’s favourite inland site staying open into the evenings

Author: Pat
2nd February 2012
 

Wednesday night diving sessions have restarted at the Wraysbury inland dive centre.

Wraysbury is the closest inland dive centre for Londoners, situated between junctions 13 and 14 of the M25, close to the M3 and M4 motorways.

If you’re hardy enough, you can even get there on the train – with the mainline station just two minutes away on foot.

The lake covers 15 acres and at depths up to around 20m, is used by many clubs and dive centres for training.

Every Wednesday over the summer, the lake at Wraysbury will once again be open for training – and for fun.

It costs 9 pounds to dive all day, with Wednesday nights now open until 9pm.

If you’re headed to Wraysbury, it’s worth packing a torch in your old kit bag this summer.

 
 
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