Bonfire weekend in the wet wet Mendip hills. As well as parties at the Belfry, we went to Burrington Combe, Swildon's Hole, and St Cuthbert's.


The classic Halloween fresher's weekend at the SWCC featuring the OFDII round, Cwm Dwr, and the only SRT cave around. Of course inappropriate pumpkins and unnececssary crushing also made it a memorable trip.


The first trip of the year saw us wading through Craig a Ffynnon's viscous mud, stomping through Aggy's cavernous halls, and sliding head-first down Pen Eryr's tight squeezes.


A small team of lags gathered at Penwyllt to dip into the delights of the Ogof Ffynnon Ddu main streamway.


Imperial members past and present descended on and into Gaping Ghyll from all directions to celebrate 60 years of caving together.


Bullpot farm offered the perfect opportunity to do a rare Easegill traverse, but we couldn't help visiting Leck Fell for at least one day. Others made the most of the sunshine by canyoning and climbing instead, discovering new prime locations for outdoorsy types.


Who knew you can do SRT in the Mendips? We knew! Thrupe Lane and Hunter's Hole for the SRT crew; Swildon's and Sludge for the Dubz.


ICCC love mud! Staying at the novel Derbyshire Pennine Club in Stoney Middleton on a sunny weekend, we did Oxlow and JH to Peak on Saturday, and returned to JH and Carlswark on Sunday.


CSS Whitewalls hosted us for summer Welsh caving. We delved into most of the major systems on the Llangattock escarpment, as well as Ogof Craig a Ffynnon. The highlight was a textbook trip around the Grand Circle in Aggy.


A triumphant Easter tour to County Clare in Ireland, after almost twenty years away! Ferries, river caves and board games all feature strongly in this report of our time there.