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club logo   Grampian Speleological Group
Contact: Secretary Year formed: 1961
Email: enquiries [at] gsg.org.uk  Membership: 150
Website: http://www.gsg.org.uk  
Facebook: Not supplied  
Activities:
  Undx      Surv      Excn      Arch      ARes      Libr      Publ      Lect   
Area of interest: Finding and exploring caves and mines in Scotland, publishing the results in the GSG Bulletin and producing regional guides. About 20% of activity is connected with abandoned mines.
Main geographical areas:
 Scot 
Classes of membership: Full membership is £31 including caving membership of BCA, or £20 for non-caving membership of BCA. Joint membership rates are £52 and £30. Reductions for those in full-time education, the unemployed and retired (over 65).
Publications: GSG Bulletin-March and October every year. GSG Newsletter approximately four issues per year. The GSG has also published cave guides for Assynt, Skye, Appin, the Southern Highlands and Schichallion. Also available are Caves of Applecross and Kishorn (£6), 'De Profundis' (caving poetry book) (£3) and Decades in the Dark (50th Jubilee publication) (£20)
Archive collection: Contact Honorary Recorder - Alan Jefferys (Tel: 0131-6611123. Email: goon90 [at] hotmail.com) NB. The GSG library is in the interlibrary loan system and its contents can be found on the GSG web site, as can a list of artefacts held in the club museum.
Artefact collection: See Archive Collection.
Owned or leased site 
or access controlled:
No cave or mine sites.
Current projects: Campbell's Cave, Sutherland and Flood Resurgence No.2, Applecross. Producing new editions of Caves of Assynt and the Appin Cave Guide.
Publicity: Prospectus
Services: Club hut at Elphin, Sutherland. Self catering accommodation for up to 20. More details on web site. Bookings to hutbookings [at] gsg.org.uk
GSG member Peter Ireson standing by an ore chute in the New Level of the Tyndrum lead mines, Perthshire



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