CADSAC Blog

CADSAC are proud to unveil there new website

Written by Jamie Grove on

Corby And District Sub Aqua Club (CADSAC) are proud to welcome you to their new website. Many Hours have gone into developing this website to show you what we have to offer at CADSAC, we believe that it is a great improvement and making it far more user friendly than the old site.

We hope that our new website will both keep you up to date with the activities of CADSAC scuba diving club and also help you decide what kind of dive equipment our club members recomend with our continual reviews.

The website is still in continual development so please let us know what you think of the new site as we would welcome any constructive feedback. If something can be improved upon we’d like to know about it…

Finally we would like to say a big thank you to Mark Perkins and Jamie. We are delighted with what you have achieved giving us the professional, user friendly website we needed. And to Paul Watts with the continual emails asking questions.

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