Most programs resumed. Lakes Open, Sea diving Open, Limited pool time and theory via Skype or outside
Wraysbury Lake is conveniently situated between junctions 13 and 14 of the M25, close to the M3 and M4 motorways. Wraysbury mainline station is a 2 minute walk away and of course Heathrow Airport is close by.
About 50 miles from Orpington. A 15-acre lake for the sole purpose of diving used by the majority of schools and clubs in the South of England for their diver training. Wraysbury Dive Centre has all the associated facilities you will need for a good days diving.
There are many platforms to carry out dive skills also other attractions to a maximum depth of 13m such as: Thorpe Park Rangers, cars, boats, slot machine, statue, American Cab. The fish life is abundant and include large mirror and common carp, perch, tench and pike, all of which are very friendly.
Air station, classroom, NEW - separate toilet block with ladies, germs and disabled facilities with large changing rooms. There is a shop, refreshment facilities, bar. Hot tea, coffee, chocolate and other drinks are available from the hatch including superb sandwiches with sausages, bacon, eggs etc... all at a very reasonable price. Great on those cold winter days.
There are tables and chairs to sit comfortably through the day. In inclement weather you can get inside and sit comfortably to eat or complete your log sheets for the dives completed.
This houses the classroom, Shop, Kitchen and the licensed bar. Everybody is welcome inside, both wet and dry, to warm up, have a hot drink and hot meal while filling out your logbook and have a browse round the shop. There is even a bar so after diving why not sit down and have a beer to celebrate a good dive (but not between dives please, no drinking and diving!).
Open 7 Days a week from 0900, dive from 9am-5pm, and leave premises 6pm.
9am until 10pm.
Wraysbury Dive Centre
Tel: 01784 - 488007
Follow signs to the B376 (Wraysbury). Once in the village carry on through, pass the Perserance pub on your left, 500 yards further on will be Douglas Lane also on your left, after a further 50 yards you will find our entrance on the left hand side. If you come to the station/bridge you've gone too far.
From Junct 14 (Heathrow Terminal 4 and Poyle) follow signs to Poyle. Go straight over a round-a-bout following a major reservoir on your left. After approximately a mile make a left turn into Coppermill Road. Follow this until you go over a railway bridge. We are on your right 100 yards after the bridge.