I went diving at Stoney the other day. There is a gnome garden above the bunk house. I don't like gnomes above water but underneath it they serve a purpose: they help to demonstrate the underwater environment to new divers and provide some humour on the way past. My problem is that the gnomes have been smashed. Quite deliberately and methodically. I was upset by this discovery, it shows that someone, a trained diver, has recently visited the site and quite callously destroyed a feature from which many others would derive pleasure. If the person responsible reads this thread, I would like that person to realise that his or her actions are unacceptable and if the identity of this person were to come to light, that person would no doubt find him- or herself shunned by the diving community. This is not the only act of vandalism of which I am aware and no doubt many of you have had similar experiences. Let's just hope that those responsible take this opportunity to reflect on their behaviour.