Apologies for the lack of content prior to July 2019 but a hacking attack damaged the site and back-ups
This blog used to be about my art, weaving and fishing, but now, as my shoulder’s gone dodgy and I can’t hold a camera steady or cast a fishing line, and my eyes are developing cataracts, all have gone by the wayside.
Instead, it’s now about my general meanderings through life, and more specifically about my return to the pastime of Metal Detecting, where I’ll record all my new digs and finds.
Whether I manage to stick to this lofty ideal is a matter of some debate – but the site will always contain something new, honestly 😀
How often I update the site will be determined by my work rate – probably much higher in the winter when there aren’t other things going on to distract me. 😉
NOTE Please, if possible, photograph the location and record the 10 figure OS Grid Reference of your finds. Any find older than 1650 should be passed on to your Finds Liaison Officer for recording on the Portable Antiquities Scheme. Anything that may be classed as Treasure must be reported to the Coroner.
IMPORTANT Please read and always obey The Countryside Code