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We are based in Castleton, in the heart of the Peak District, and close to several of the best caving venues in Derbyshire, as well as numerous pubs. If you are interested in joining, come along to a monthly club meeting at the Chapel.…

The Wessex Cave Club is an active caving club with around 300 members, making us one of the largest clubs in the U.K. Formed in 1934 the club remains at the forefront of cave exploration in the UK and overseas.…

The WSG was formed in 1950 by a group of apprentice electricians from Willesden, "to propagate speleology both as a sport and a science, in the British Isles and abroad".…

The Yorkshire Subterranean Society (YSS) enjoy an active core of members and it isn't all about caving, we have climbers, divers, walkers, cyclists and diggers amongst the group. ou name it and its going on in our club.…

The North Wales Caving Club is the oldest club in the area dedicated to the exploration of caves and mines. In the 40 years since it was formed it has been responsible for discovering and exploring all the major systems in North Wales.…

The Orpheus Caving Club was established in 1949 to promote the scientific study and exploration of caves within the Peak District and in other areas of the UK and abroad. It is one of the longest established Derbyshire Caving Clubs with a rich history of caving activities to its credit. The Club membership is predominantly drawn from the Derbyshire and Leicestershire area with some members from other parts of the UK.…

The NPC is one of the oldest and largest caving clubs in the UK. Founded in 1946 it has been responsible for many of the great caving discoveries in the Yorkshire Dales. Activity continues today, both at home and abroad, with many members actively seeking new passages every week.…

The Grampian Speleological Group was formed in 1961 and is the oldest and largest caving club in Scotland. Its members have discovered and extended caves all over Scotland and the British Isles - a process that continues today. Further afield, members have participated in expeditions from Austria to Equador to Hawaii to Zimbabwe, and caved on all continents - except perhaps Antarctica.…

This Midlands based caving club meets every Thursday evening at the Old Ruiton Windmill, Stone Mill Walk, Upper Gornal, Dudley, DY3 3XL from around 8.00pm. If you are a caver and would like to join us, or you’ve never been caving but think you would like to try caving as a sport, then just turn up or contact Keith Edwards for more information. The windmill is well equipped for all aspects of caver training. History The club was originally called Dudley Cave Rescue Team and it was formed in 1966 as part of the Dudley Au…

Founded in 1947, we are one of the oldest established caving clubs in the country. We have active members aged from 18 to 70+, and new members are always welcome. Membership is open to anyone 18 or over who has an interest in caving as a sport including cave diving or the scientific aspects of cave biology, geology etc. The Society have recently seen an increase in the number of members, especially young people who are keen to explore the fascinating world that lies under our feet. Members meet weekly on a Wednesday evening at a varie…