Archive for March, 2019
This week we have been lowering our new scuba diving attraction into place at the National Diving & Activity Centre.
The Hyperbaric Chamber was lowered using a 5 tonne lift bag and a lot of assistance.
The ground works are now complete for the installation of our new zip wires for the Wire Zip Slide.
50 tonnes of concrete have been used to create the footings for the new structure.
We expect the new zip wires to be up and running for Easter.
For those of you diving with us over the next couple of weeks in March/early April. You will see lots of interesting looking equipment around the water area.
It is all being used for a training exercise that is taking place underwater at the site.
Please take care when entering or exiting the lake.
The Wye Valley Greenway provides a sustainable way to explore the beautiful Lower Wye Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
We are hosting a public meeting for the Wye Valley Greenway Project at 7.00pm on Wednesday 27th March at the National Diving & Activity Centre’s View Cafe Bar.
The project’s aim is to restore the disused railway line from Chepstow to Tintern as a shared use path.
The View Café Bar will be open from 6.30pm and project engineer, John Grimshaw, will run over the details of the scheme and answer any queries you may have.
All are welcome to attend.
We are carrying out site ground works during March and April.
These are for the new Wire Zip Slide and staff accommodation block.