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National organisations

The Federation of Independent Detectorists  ( FID ) :-  See the website http://www.fid.newbury.net

The new Federation of Independent Detectorists  ( FID ) :-  See the website   http://www.fid.org.uk
 

The National Council for Metal Detectorists ( NCMD ) :- Website is www.ncmd.co.uk

 

Monthly magazines

Treasure Hunting:-  See the website at www.treasurehunting.co.uk

The Searcher:- See the website at www.thesearcher.co.uk

 

Local metal detecting shops

Detecnicks of Fontwell:-  See the website at http://www.detecnicks.co.uk

Where is it? Click here for a location map.

Detector distribution at Yapton:- See the web site at http://www.detector-distribution.co.uk

 

Finds Recording

The Portable Antiquities Scheme ( PAS ) at http://www.finds.org.uk

UK Finds Data Base at http://ukdfd.co.uk

 

The Rosemary Foundation

The Rosemary Foundation web site is at http://rosemary-foundation.org.uk

   To read the latest Rosemary Foundation Newsletter on-line, click on this link.

    -  and then click on the newsletter.

 

General Information

You might find the site at http://detecting.org.uk useful.

Also, Time Line originals  at www.time-line.co.uk

A useful site:-   http://www.ukdetectornet.co.uk/

 

The law of 'Treasure Trove'

The old laws of Treasure Trove are now covered by the Treasure Act (1996). Details of this can be found at http://www.finds.org.uk/documents/treasure_act.pdf

 

The law of Treasure Trove in Scotland

The laws for Treasure Trove in Scotland are different from that of England and Wales. Details can be found at :-  www.treasuretrovescotland.co.uk


 

The following links may also be of interest:-
 
Roman Britain:-

http://www.romans-in-britain.org.uk

http://www.roman-britain.org

 

Celtic coins:-

http://www.writer2001.com/cciwriter2001/index

 

National Archives:-

http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

 

UK and European Metal Detecting Forum:-


http://www.metaldetectingforum.co.uk

 
General interest

www.strange-old-things-the-mobile-museum.co.uk
 

http://www.treasurehunting.com/

The Metal Detecting Hobby Talk

http://www.mdhtalk.org

 

A Useful mapping site for detectorists.

http://findfreemaps.co.uk

 

Metal Detecting World

http://metaldetectingworld.com/

 

The other side of the coin, devil's advocate, a different viewpoint !

http://heritageaction.wordpress.com

 

A source of Metal Detecting accessories?

http://www.metaldetectingauction.com/

 

Useful for finding a grid reference.

http://www.gridreferencefinder.com

 

             If you can speak Italian, or intend to holiday/detect in Italy, this site may be of interest!

 http://www.italiametaldetector.it

 

The "UK" page of    www.stoutstandards.wordpress.com  may be of interest.

https://stoutstandards.wordpress.com/malamute-saloon/

  There is a lot of interesting and entertaining stuff here , if you have the time to wade through it all, but do read the article entitled NO JOKE, which starts:-

NO JOKE

Thereís a nasty disease doing the rounds and itís rearing its ugly head predominantly in Southern England. In common lingo, itís a real bastard. Period. It goes by the name Lyme Disease.

 

 

You may find this Cornwall map interesting.

Sent in by  Josh Williams(josh@simplyseaviews.co.uk)


http://simplyseaviews.co.uk/blog/cornwalls-buried-sunken-treasure-map/