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…

Blog Post | Yorkshire’s hoard of mysterious silver and gold

Posted by Martin Wainwright, Thursday 15 November 2012. guardian.co.uk There’s a lot going off in Wakefield at the moment, in spite of hard times, with the Hepworth Wakefield doing consistently well, the Trinity Walk shopping centre adding commercial life and now a newly reorganised museum for the city. This last, along with its sister centre at Pontefract, is energising local young people – it’s included in…