Want to learn all about detecting? Newbie (and others) Training Day 11th May

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Post by mousytrap » Sat May 11, 2019 8:57 am

Have had to pop to Cheltenham but will be hopefully back before 10. Will unfortunately miss the start. Sorry about that. Please advise where I will find everyone. Ta.



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Post by Blackadder43 » Sat May 11, 2019 9:03 am

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Sat May 11, 2019 8:57 am
Have had to pop to Cheltenham but will be hopefully back before 10. Will unfortunately miss the start. Sorry about that. Please advise where I will find everyone. Ta.
I have flagged your post up to Liam, so hopefully if he is looking at his phone he will see your post
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Post by nubsey » Sat May 11, 2019 8:21 pm

Well what a great weekend. All the talks were excellent. I arrived Friday afternooon and met Paint, and a couple of others. After a few more turned up we all went DETECTING. Yerah great. Fred helped me set up my machine and away we went. Found a 1934 penny and a Queen Eliz 2 two bob bit. Plus a very good selection of bottle tops. We then moved onto another field where I found an old pound coin. That keeps my wife happy as she now only needs 2 more for 10£ worth and she can take the to the bank and change into real cash. Also found a 20p piece.Te talks on Saturday were enthraling, it was interesting how detectorist had helped show the archaeologists how the battle of Naseby was fought. After the talks on Saturday off detecting again. Just found bottle top after bottle top. Was then asked what I thought of a certain target signal, and was it worth digging further as the guy was not too sure. Why ask me I thought as I know nuffink about detecting, thats why I'm on the course. Anyway I could not hear it, yet others could. I don't know what I had done, since last night but my machine had no real depth to it. FRED!!! So Fred the genius came over, and sorted out the problem. He was really good as he cured the problem. He also talked me through everything that he done, and he was so good I even understood what was happening.

So a great big thank you to all those that organised the event. Everyone was so friendly, even Phillp who had the house on site gave me a room for the night, to save me putting my tent up. This has to be one of the best rallies that I will ever attend, you've got to go along way to beat it.
Also a big thumbs up to all those who attended, for helping to make it such an enjoyable weekend. New friendships made, and I can now put a face to some of the web names.

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Post by Porker » Sat May 11, 2019 8:55 pm

Absolutely Fantastic!
Just got home from a really enjoyable day. Well exceeded my expectations with a very friendly bunch. As a newbie I got some great tips from those with more experience and all the talks were very informative, interesting and insightful. You can only get so much from the internet and it made the hobby so much more, for me at least, to see people who are clearly passionate about the history and context of the things we find.

I really appreciate the people who made this happen as I know how much work these things take to organise and the experienced 'mentors' who gave up their time to impart their knowledge.
Thank you all for a great day!
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Post by WeatherWitch » Sat May 11, 2019 9:13 pm

A massive THANK YOU to everyone who made today happen!
From Ian and Liam for arranging everything, the speakers, Mentors (Thanks for all the tips Fred) and the ladies serving the drinks and making lunch.

I even had a couple of horses come up to me and say "I wouldn't dig that mate, it's a bottle top!"

I think I have learnt more today, than I have since starting the hobby.

The highlight of the day (Apart from making new friends) was holding a 3000 year old (Did I really hear that right?) tip of a rapier sword!

How on earth do I ever top that!

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Post by Jeffdsolo » Sat May 11, 2019 9:25 pm

Well I got home safe, as I hope you all have done. I was even in time to say goodnight to the kids!
Today was a really lovely day, and it was great to meet a few screen-names in person.
Huge thanks go to Paint, and we mustn't forget his family!
Paint, please convey our thanks to your wife and girls for really helping the day go well.
The venue was fantastic, what an ideal place for such a gathering.
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The talks were well presented, inspiring and informative.
It was lovely how the seasoned detectorists were so welcoming of us newbies, and willing to give their time and advice to help us on the learning curve.
I certainly came away feeling reassured, more confident, and even more enthusiastic.
It was really nice too to end the day out on the fields with all that joined in the detecting.
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That pic certainly does not show everyone! But it gives an idea of the fine weather we enjoyed while applying our gained knowledge to our methods.
A few nice finds came up too. I found a Victoria Penny
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Also dug some rubbish, including a foil pie case which was EIGHT INCHES DOWN???!
A few modern coins, and this bit of bling :
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It's a button. ::g
So all in all it was a thoroughly enjoyable day, a great introduction to meet ups/rallies etc.
Thank you to Paint, Liam, the mentors and of course the speakers.

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Post by Fisher1266X » Sat May 11, 2019 10:45 pm

Glad to see everyone having fun ::g

Unfortunately, one of the team was occupied in activities in Cornwall whilst the other team member was engrossed in activities along the East Coast.

Look forward to tomorrows results ::g
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Post by Easylife » Sat May 11, 2019 11:46 pm

Glad that it's all going well and being much appreciated. Weather should be super for you all Sunday. ::g
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Post by Saffron » Sun May 12, 2019 12:09 am

For clarification the Training Day was Saturday 11th, with some mentored detectin on Friday evening.

Above posts suggest it continues on Sunday 12th, this is not the case and I would not like anybody to turn up on the wrong day.

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Post by fred » Sun May 12, 2019 7:20 am

I had a great time and enjoyed meeting everybody. The location was great, there was plenty of interesting stuff in the presentations and the buffet was spectacular. The detecting was great fun and I even ended up with some half decent older bits and a few quid in spending money. :D

Thanks to everybody involved, especially to Paint and Liam. ::g
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Post by stevechelt » Sun May 12, 2019 11:02 am

Beaten to it by many above, but I would like to express my thanks to Liam, Ian (Paint), the speakers and three ladies who sorted out a lovely buffet lunch and tea/coffee etc. in such an ideal venue. Nice to hear a good amount was raised for charity too.

It was great for me to be able to catch up on the current law and state of detecting in the UK, having changed so much in the 28 years since I was last out in earnest. All the speakers were very good and I learnt a great deal in a few hours. The sample finds display someone brought along was a good idea, as said above it was quite something to see and hold a bronze age rapier blade, surprising how sharp it still was on the edges and with such a beautiful deep green patina.

I didn't find much in the detecting outing, the best finds being a brass 3d and once gilded small button. My heart did flutter for a moment when I caught sight of the edge of a thin gold ring, only for it to turn out to be the edge of a gold coloured ring-pull, oh well. My thanks (also) to Fred who helped me with my pinpointing technique, my new machine having a DD coil as opposed to the small concentric I'm used to on my Tesoro. Next weekend I should be out on a CHADS club dig near Cheltenham, hopefully I will pull up a few interesting finds with the Rutus!

It was good to put some faces to names on here too, such a great day and bunch of people!

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Post by fred » Sun May 12, 2019 11:13 am

nubsey wrote:
Sat May 11, 2019 8:21 pm
Well what a great weekend. All the talks were excellent. I arrived Friday afternooon and met Paint, and a couple of others. After a few more turned up we all went DETECTING. Yerah great. Fred helped me set up my machine and away we went. Found a 1934 penny and a Queen Eliz 2 two bob bit. Plus a very good selection of bottle tops. We then moved onto another field where I found an old pound coin. That keeps my wife happy as she now only needs 2 more for 10£ worth and she can take the to the bank and change into real cash. Also found a 20p piece.Te talks on Saturday were enthraling, it was interesting how detectorist had helped show the archaeologists how the battle of Naseby was fought. After the talks on Saturday off detecting again. Just found bottle top after bottle top. Was then asked what I thought of a certain target signal, and was it worth digging further as the guy was not too sure. Why ask me I thought as I know nuffink about detecting, thats why I'm on the course. Anyway I could not hear it, yet others could. I don't know what I had done, since last night but my machine had no real depth to it. FRED!!! So Fred the genius came over, and sorted out the problem. He was really good as he cured the problem. He also talked me through everything that he done, and he was so good I even understood what was happening.

So a great big thank you to all those that organised the event. Everyone was so friendly, even Phillp who had the house on site gave me a room for the night, to save me putting my tent up. This has to be one of the best rallies that I will ever attend, you've got to go along way to beat it.
Also a big thumbs up to all those who attended, for helping to make it such an enjoyable weekend. New friendships made, and I can now put a face to some of the web names.

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Post by Bargeman » Sun May 12, 2019 12:23 pm

Looks like you all had a great day ::g Sorry again that I couldn't make it, maybe next time x;



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Post by fred » Sun May 12, 2019 12:35 pm

Bargeman wrote:
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Looks like you all had a great day ::g Sorry again that I couldn't make it, maybe next time x;



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Post by Oxgirl36 » Sun May 12, 2019 12:36 pm

Wish I could have gone too. Sadly I had to go to a funeral instead ;;z Glad it went well ::g
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Post by nubsey » Sun May 12, 2019 3:43 pm

Nice to see you again Nigel. I love your Avatar! :D
Well both our avatars are true. You find the good stuff, and I'm the king of the bottle top. Would be nice if they still had a full bottle attached to them though. OooO 8=ypr
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Post by liamnolan » Sun May 12, 2019 4:08 pm

Well, what a good two days!
Where do I start ...
Ian - thanks for organising the venue, that turned out really super and with a beautiful view out over the river.
Ians charming wife and daughters, who looked after the hospitality, admin, absolutely gorgeous food and drinks, VERY much appreciated by all ::g
All of the guest speakers who had put themselves out a LOT to travel and appear for our benefit, each one was top class.
FLO Kurt Adams started things off with a really first class presentation that covered the role of the FLO but also encompassed the complete spectrum of how the PAS operates and the background to how it evolved through some turbulent years of development. We could not have had a better start to the day.
Keith Westcott had a hard act to follow but we were all left impressed as he described the evolution of the IoD - Institute of Detectorists - and how that work is now interwoven with all heritage related bodies. Keith is a detectorist first and foremost and his achievements in promoting the importance of responsible detecting are outstanding. Keith was able to demonstrate how careful and skilled detecting techniques can be used to great effect in excavation work. He certainly gave us all a valuable insight to the world of scientific analysis of finds and their their context.
After a very enjoyable lunch and natter we had a presentation from John Rigby of the NCMD. (The FID had been invited three times but we did not get any response) The hobby of metal detecting has had many twists and turns over the past 20 years and John related how all that happened, where we now stood and that changes were looming on the horizon. He certainly grabbed everyones attention, especially with the new Treasure Act debate in the news. Metal detecting is enjoyed by all, young and old, whether out with the kids on the beach or providing specialist detecting skills on excavations and so the NCMD is working hard to support the hobby at all levels where needed.
The Raffle! A HUGE thanks to those companies who very kindly sent us raffle prizes - Regtons & C-Scope. Plus of course those attending who brought along some really good prizes. I will be writing to the companies later on to let them know how things went, especially Nigel from Regtons who was so generous, always a firm supporter ::g
ALL of the monies raised went to various charities and I will post up more info on that later on.
Thanks everyone, Liam :;@
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Post by Saffron » Sun May 12, 2019 4:19 pm

Liams post above sums the event up perfectly u;@ u;@

A great event and I will repeat the "Thank you" to all involved.

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Post by Telstar » Sun May 12, 2019 7:55 pm

Just got back home after staying an extra day to take advantage of the chance to visit the Wetland Wildlife Centre, and would like to add my thanks to everyone who worked so hard to make it happen, Liam, Ian and his wife and girls, the speakers and mentors

Great day, company, location and food, what more can I say, other than a massive thanks to all who helped make it such an enjoyable day.

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Post by Zyrbalax » Sun May 12, 2019 9:27 pm

Hi everyone,

I wanted to add my thoughts to what others have already posted.

First, a massive thank you to Ian for suggesting the idea of a newbie training day and pushing it through, also for his generosity in sharing his permissions with us to give us somewhere to practice.

Second, thank you to Liam for organising things so well, I thought it went very smoothly and the content and speakers were outstanding.

Thanks to to all the speakers, inspirational stuff and gave me lots of food for thought.

Thank you too to Fred and the other experts for their practical guidance, hints and tips.

And of course thanks to Ian’s family for supporting the whole thing, especially for providing such excellent refreshments.

I joined the gang for the Friday detecting session. It was great to meet some familiar names and spend time out in the field with them all. My luck was definitely in and I came away with a lovely 1806 Penny, 1890 halfpenny, 1946 Sixpence and a Roman - only my second so a very special session for me! And of course an extensive selection of bottle caps!
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Saturday morning’s leisurely start was good, it gave time to get to know some of the people who’d come up for the day, and peruse a great selection of finds on display from one member whose name I’m afraid I didn’t catch. The Bronze Age rapier blade has already been mentioned, but there was also a lovely Roman brooch and a host of other finds to peruse.

Saturday morning first session with Kurt, FLO was great, fantastic to see how the information from the things we find can add value to our understanding of history, and great too to hear that Detectorists are appreciated for our contributions.

Next up was Keith Westcott, and it was really interesting to learn about his efforts to bring together the archaeology and detecting communities. This was something that chimed very strongly with me, I’ve often thought about how archaeologists and Detectorists working together can extract so much more information from important sites, so it was great to hear about the practical things Keith is doing.

After lunch there was an informal session with the man from the NCMD, a very thought-provoking discussion. Then the raffle - thanks to everyone who contributed prizes, it felt like everyone went away with something!

And then out on the field again, and once again I struck it lucky with a George III Half Crown - well, a contemporary forgery anyway! Extending my collection of bottle caps too; well it’s all part of the site’s history right?
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Then home, exhausted but happy.

Thank you all, what a great weekend.

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Post by paint » Sun May 12, 2019 9:42 pm

Hi to all you newbie event veterans and helpers. Thank you to all the attendees who made the effort to attend. it was all I had hoped for and more. I would like to report it all went to plan but as always, even the best laid plans are challenged and we did have a couple of curve calls to deal with! Thank you for your patience and for not giving me hard time! Being a relative Newbie myself, I havent attended many events and certainly not put on an event myself, so I would like to thank Liam for his kind support and help with all the forum leg work and arrangement of the Mods and speakers. Thanks also to the local FLO for attending and his input for the day! Thanks also for the support of my good wife and family, again the day went well due to their help!

The forum feedback has been encouraging and much appreciated - great for morel as the work to get this off the ground was hard but certainly worth it. The funds raised for charity on the day was £400, £100 of which will go to Guide Dogs for the Blind as requested by the landowner, the other funds going to the local Round Table for distribution with some local causes.

So to sum up, all in all a great weekend which we've all learnt from, I dare say if we do it again we would try to improve. Many thanks again

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Post by Cha62 » Sun May 12, 2019 10:08 pm

Hi all, A bit late on posting but i just got home this evening. I stayed another night and got out on another field this morning with Ian (paint) . It was a bit quiet but still really good to get out and try another detector( a Garret 300i,that Ian had). So many thanks to Ian for his extra effort to help me and the hospitality shown by his family last night at their home ( what a view he has from the panoramic lounge window over the countryside)

Sorry back to the rally,I think at this stage it's all been said already. I really enjoyed the weekend and a lot of work and time was put in to make it a success.A very friendly bunch and i hope to meet up on other occasions.

Thanks again to all who made it possible and passed on advice and experience gained over many years to helps us newbies out.Also a big thanks to Fred for lending me his spare pin pointer over the weekend.

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Post by coil » Thu May 16, 2019 7:42 pm

Sounds like a good time was had excellent all involved ::g

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Post by Polecat » Sat Oct 26, 2019 10:55 pm

Wow it sounds like I missed the perfect event..... I hope something like this can be done again at some point in the future. I'll be keeping my eyes out just in case! ::g

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Post by liamnolan » Sun Oct 27, 2019 3:58 pm

Hi Steve, it was indeed a very enjoyable event. Ian provided the land and so much more, a real Star ::g
There were many who wanted to attend but who just lived too far away, so now that I have moved to Lincolnshire, I may run another event that members can get to easier.
It would be on the same format, morning tuition and lectures, then getting out onto some decent land to see if the tuition works!
Essential ingredients would be - enthusiasm, good local beers, good land, local B&B's if needed, guest speakers, did I mention good beers? ...
Would probably be a Saturday as easier to travel, then optional club Dig next day perhaps before departing. Lincoln itself is steeped in history and a trip around the Castle and Cathedral is a must. I am now part of the LHSS club (Lincolnshire Historical Search Society) great bunch of people who would welcome everyone.
Almost November now, so perhaps looking at a Spring 2020 event. If anyone might be interested then post on here and I can get the ball rolling.
Detecting is a great hobby, for all ages and backgrounds. But you get so much more out of the activity if you are skilled and knowledgeable.
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Post by Polecat » Sun Oct 27, 2019 4:06 pm

Hi Liam,

I'd definitely be up for that, keep me informed please!

I've never been to Lincoln so an extra day there for a tour around sounds in order ::g

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Post by agxie » Sun Oct 27, 2019 4:37 pm

Like others brand new to MD, so attending an event in Lincs along the line of that in Gloucs would be incredibly informative for me. Having lived in Lincoln for a year in 1970 would be great to return, please keep me in the loop Cheers Adrian

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