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BSAC Council

BSAC Council is responsible for the continuing growth and development of the club.

Elected every three years, all our Council members are volunteers.

Council meeting minutes can be found here

  
  
Alex Warzynski (Chair)

Alex is a Nottingham University SAC member and BSAC member since 2001and has been diving since 1989. He has been active in his branch by holding many branch positions: Diving Officer, Assistant Diving Officer and Boat Officer. He is an Advanced...

Maria Harwood (Vice-Chair)

Maria has been a member of Chorley BSAC since 1983, and has been active in the branch since then, holding a range of branch positions as Diving Officer, Chair, Secretary and Club Development Officer. She is a National Instructor, and has recently...

Sophie Heptonstall (National Diving Officer)

Sophie had a warm introduction into scuba diving in 1994 when she did a try dive on holiday. Once home, she decided to do a dive course and join a club and quickly became an enthusiastic diver in the UK.She spent five years in Wales diving with a...

Edward Haynes (Honorary Secretary)

Edward had his first introduction to diving whilst stationed in Belize during 1978, it cost 10BZ$ (£2.50) for a dive to 10m. Having caught the diving bug, he has since dived in Hawaii, Florida, Belize, Grenada, Oman, Cyprus, the...

Louise Whitehouse (Honorary Treasurer)

Louise has been a Leeds University Sub-Aqua Club member since 2001 and has held many branch positions, including Diving Officer, Advanced Training Officer and Membership Secretary.  She completed First Class Diver in 2011 and has been...

Dave Bell (Council)

Dave is a member of the Rhondda SAC and has been a member of the BSAC since 2007, (crossed over from SAA) he is currently his clubs Chairman and membership secretary.He is an Advanced diver, Advanced Instructor, Instructor trainer and the current...

David Brander (Council)

David was first introduced to diving while on holiday in 2006.  Upon returning to the UK and while at university he joined as a member of the University of Nottingham Sub Aqua Club in 2011 and held the position of Club President from June 2012...

Ian Furness (Council)

I started diving in 1973, as a Junior member with Leeds BS-AC. I progressed through the A, B, C and D tests, 3rd and 2nd Class diver, passing my 1st Class Diver in 1991. I am also an Advanced Instructor and I was Regional  Coach for Yorkshire...

Adrian Collier (Council)

Adrian has been a member of Bingham SAC for 22 years, throughout his BSAC club diving career, he has been Equipment Officer, Training Officer and Diving Officer. Adrian became East Midlands Regional Coach and took his National Instructor exam in...

Geoff Hide (Council)

Geoff has been a BSAC member since 1979 and from the beginning was very active in his branch, Edinburgh University (EUSAC). Geoff has held many branch positions, including Treasurer, Training Officer, Diving Officer and Chairman. He coordinated the...

Michelle Kim (Council)

Michelle has been a member of University of London SAC since 1999 having picked up the underwater bug whilst on a snorkelling trip in Malaysia. She has held various branch committee positions including Diving Officer, Training Officer, Advanced...

Claire Howard (Council)

A Logistician in the Royal Navy, Claire has been a member of HMS Neptune SAC for nine years, where she currently holds the committee positions of Secretary and Treasurer. A Dive Leader and Open Water Instructor, Claire learnt to dive in 1986 with...

Dave Lock (Council)

Dave first learned to dive in 1968 whilst living in Cambridge. He has been a member of Cambridge City, Loughborough University, BT Research and IDive branches and has held many committee positions for each of these Branches. He has been rebreather...

Janos Suto (Council)

Janos learnt to dive on holiday in the last millennium before dipping his toes in the cold murky waters that is the English Channel, and is now well and truly hooked on UK diving. He says if could only dive in one country for the rest of his life...

Rachel Sharp (Council)

Rachel learnt to dive in 1977 and, after an eight-year gap, rejoined BSAC 22 years ago. She is currently an Advanced Diver and Instructor Trainer and has worked within the South Eastern Coaching Scheme. A theatre and A&E nurse, Rachel also...