Deus version 4.1

Dear XP Customers, Please note that from last week we started to deliver the DEUS with version 4.1 installed and will continue after our Christmas holidays. The Deus version 4.1 update will be available to download from XP website at the beginning of January only. Don’t hesitate to contact Nigel or Marcus at Regton, Gary…

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Detectival UK Rally 2017

Detectival UK Rally 2017 On 1000 acres of NEW land at a brand new undetected site. The site of the Detectival 2017 is located close to the Medieval Market towns of Burford & Charlbury on the Edge of the beautiful and historic Cotswolds. The Metal Detecting days will be Friday 15th, Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th September 2017 We will be present at…

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Midlands / Staffs Detectorists – Please can you help?

Midlands / Staffs Detectorists – Please can you help? Blind 95 year old war hero Alfred Barlow recently lost his prized collection of war medals at Norton Cane Motorway Services near Cannock. http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/blind-d-day-veterans-appeal-13221598 Trevor Beattie is offering £1000 to anyone who finds them and has organised a group of sea cadets to go to to Cannock…

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Hero Postman Metal Detectorist

A postman with a metal detector has reunited a Calderdale pensioner with her soldier father’s war medal after more than 60 years. Mick Wells, from Luddenden Foot, was looking for forgotten treasures in Rishworth when he stumbled across a silver campaign medal from the First World War belonging to Pte Joseph Hinchcliffe. And after a…

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Lenborough coin hoard valued at £1.35m

A metal detectorist is to get a share of £1.35m after finding a hoard of 5,251 Anglo Saxon silver coins. Paul Coleman found the coins in Lenborough, Buckinghamshire in 2014. The Treasure Valuation Committee has ruled on their worth and Mr Coleman will split the money with the land owner. The Buckinghamshire County Museum had…