I’ve been a caver for almost thirty years and have explored most of the major caving systems in this country. As well as being a member of Dudley Caving Club, I am also a member of the Midlands Cave Rescue Organisation and have been a volunteer in a number of cave rescue incidents. In 2002 I was awarded the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal and in 2012 the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for services to cave rescue.
About my Talk...
I supply all necessary equipment to present my talk except a screen (or a friendly wall) and a table.
The talk usually lasts about 50 minutes but can be made longer or shorter, or tailored to meet the needs of the audience. For example, for local audiences I include a section on the Dudley Limestone Mines. There are also modules on cave development, caving techniques, equipment and rescue all illustrated with video clip and anecdotes.
My fee is £60 plus travelling expenses at 40p per mile when more than 10 miles from my home in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. I am willing to travel up to 80 miles from Bromsgrove or possibly further by negotiation.