14th June 2018
The Searcher detecting magazine’s Nation’s Greatest Finds Competition, first conceived to by the Editor in 2005, has become an annual highlight of the detecting year. This competition doesn’t just include Treasure items – the significance of the find is just as important. In the beginning the criteria was that all finds should have been recorded with the Portable Antiquities Scheme and nominated by Finds’ Advisors or FLO’s, and this is still the case. But there have been subtle changes.
11th June 2018
Apart from my other afflictions not many people know that I also suffer from Ataxia, or even know what it is. I carry the card of explanation with me at all times. And that’s why I gave up metal detecting. I often appear drunk to other people. You can check out the condition in more detail by clicking on the name.
3rd June 2018
AN ALTERNATIVE WAY of HEARING the EQUINOX SIGNALS
28th May 2018
25th May 2018
23rd May 2018
The Spitfire was probably the most famous fighter aircraft of all time, reigning supreme and unsurpassed from the biplane era to the dawn of the jet age, a period that included the Second World War.
18th May 2018
What follows are some of the terms often used by detectorists and accompanied by a brief definition. Be aware that the compilation of such a glossary is very subjective and not definitive. It may be viewed as ‘a work in progress’. There are bound to be omissions you think should be included and maybe changes to be made. If so, please let me know.
12th May 2018