Southsea Sub-Aqua Club was awarded the British Sub-Aqua Club Peter Small award at the Diving Conference held at the NEC Birmingham in October. The prestigious award is made to the most worthwhile project carried out in British waters and was given in recognition of the Club’s work on the British Tank Landing Craft LCT427 which was lost as she neared her home port of Portsmouth after taking part in the WW2 Normandy invasions. The winner’s medal was presented to Alison Mayor who led the project together with a cheque for £1000 which will be used to make improvements to the Club’s new RIB.

Peter Small AwardPeter Small Award