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DO I NEED PERMISSION TO METAL DETECT ON THE BEACH?

DO I NEED PERMISSION TO METAL DETECT ON THE BEACH?

Are you planning to do some metal detecting on Crown Estate foreshore? (defined as the land between mean high water and mean low water) well, you can without a formal consent from The Crown Estate, however, this is subject to Terms and Conditions plus any third party...

Research Your Site before Metal Detecting

Despite the restrictions imposed by the Government and some local councils when it comes to metal detecting, there remains an enormous variety of places that are well worth searching. The beachcombing metal detector user is now a familiar sight, if you go down to the...

Metal Detecting Code of Practice

For responsible Metal Detecting in England and Wales Being responsible means: Before you go metal-detecting 1. Not trespassing; before you start detecting obtain permission to search from the landowner/occupier, regardless of the status, or perceived status, of the...

SOME GUIDELINES FOR THE BEGINNER METAL DETECTORIST

Let us start with the metal detector itself and have a look at the way it works: A metal detector has three main constituents; the coil, the control box, and the handle/stem on which the coil and box are mounted. The coil is the plastic circular head at the base of...