As weapons finds are revealed, is it time to use metal detectors in our schools?

Published by Express.co.uk, written by Eugene Henderson, Sunday 16th October 2011. “Officers say they have also found three samurai swords, shotgun ­cartridges and 22 knives, one with a 12-inch blade, in the past five years…  Following the finds at schools in Derbyshire, some teaching union leaders say they would not oppose the introduction of metal…

Metal detectors seek out funds…

Posted by Severn Hospice on Friday 7th October. “On Sunday 2 October members of the Midland Metal Detecting Club gathered atIsleFarmin Bicton to spend a day scouring the land for lost treasures.” – Taken from Article To read further click the image below:                        …

Metal detecting near Linlithgow

Published by Linlithgow Gazette, Thursday 6th October 2011 “AN ARMY of history lovers descended on Linlithgow, Bo’ness and Blackness last week for the Scottish metal detecting rally.” – Taken from Article. Click the image below to read further:                                  …

Anglo-Saxon Hoard: Gold From England’s Dark Ages” at the National Geographic Museum, Washington, D.C.

Published by Business insight, Pursuitist, Friday 30th September 2011. “On October 29th the hoard goes on view at the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C., where it will be on view until March 4th, 2012. The show is called “Anglo-Saxon Hoard: Gold From England’s Dark Ages” and includes more than 100 artifacts originally found in…

Iron Age gold coins discovered in Kimbolton…

Published by Hunts Post, Thursday 6th October 2011  “The 67 Iron Age coins were discovered by a metal detector in October last year but details of the find, described as significant by a curator at the British Museum, were only made public last week.” – Taken From Article Click the image to read further:  …