Webpage | James goes all over the Fylde Coast, looking for the past, and uncovering local history today.

Published by Visit Fylde Coast.com, Sunday 20th January 2013. James had got into conversation with us following a discussion on Facebook about the petrified forest that can be seen on Cleveleys beach. He’s obviously got a fascinating hobby, so as we’re fascinated in everybody and everything, we persuaded James to tell us more. If anyone out there also…

Article | Treasure set to move into temporary home

Published by This is Leicestershire, Monday January 14th, 2013 A 2,000-year-old ceremonial cavalry helmet and other treasures are to go on show at their new temporary home in March. The star exhibits from the Hallaton Treasure will be displayed at Snibston Discovery Museum, in Coalville, while their permanent home in Harborough Museum has a major…

Feedback Wanted on Scoop

Just putting a picture of a new scoop we are looking to market, would like some feedback, expected retail around £130, this is a professionally produced scoop not to be confused with generic scoops we see from all corners of the world that are usually not up to much despite exaggerated claims to the contrary. It…

Article | Metal detectors turn up bronze age treasures

Published by Crewe Guardian, written by Matthew Taylor, Wednesday 16th January 2013 CREWE and Nantwich Metal Detecting Society (CNMDS) led searches that have discovered a treasure trove of medieval artefacts on Cheshire Wildlife Trust land. The society found a bronze age ‘Palstave’ axe, thought to date from the early-middle Bronze Age of 1500-1400 BC, at Bickley Hall…