www.treasure-metal-detecting.com.. Metal detectors! Finding treasure whether on land or sea is an experience you will never forget. We have the site for metal detectors, treasure hunters, and more!
www.odas.org.uk.. Orpington and District Archaeological Society. Monthly meetings in Orpington Priory (Museum). ODAS promotes the study of archaeology in the Upper Cray Valley by undertaking excavations, carrying out research into the archaeology of the area and encouraging public interest through meetings and visits.
Bromley and West Kent Archaeological Group. Volunteers (over 16) welcomed on local weekend excavations and as guides at Crofton Roman Villa. Trial excavations on local sites in West Kent to solve specific research problems. Contact - Brian Philp, 5 Harvest Bank Road, West Wickham, Kent, BR4 9DL
www.bag.org.uk.. The Bexley Archaeological Group's aim is to investigate, study, preserve and promote the archeology of the London Borough of Bexley. BAG arranges regular lectures and field trips and runs the local history and archaeological course for Bexley adult education.
www.evmt.org.uk.. The Eden Valley (Edenbridge) Museum Web site promoting information and research into the history of the Eden Valley.
www.evmt.org.uk/edhsindex.htm.. The Edenbridge and District Historical Society promotes and encourages research into the Eden Valley. Monthly talks and discussions.
www.nwkfhs.org.uk.. North West Kent Family History Society. How we can help you research your ancestors in west Kent.
www.kentarchaeology.org.uk.. Kent Archaeological Society, the oldest and largest society devoted to the history and archaeology of the ancient county of Kent.
www.lamas.org.uk.. London and Middlesex Archaeological Society.
www.thamesdiscovery.org.. When the tide is out, the Thames is the longest open air archaeological site in London, and much of the foreshore is freely accessible to the public. However, many of the exposed archaeological sites are often unrecognised and unprotected, and almost all are vulnerable to the twice daily scouring of the tidal river, and thus require close monitoring.
http://www.masong.freeserve.co.uk/hp.. Old folkestone metal detector club web site. The club was formed over 20 years ago and has had many interesting and historical finds, including those which are pictured here. Although the club as such, no longer exists, the 3 main members continue to search local farmland and beaches with varying success.
gometaldetecting.com.. Metal Detecting Hobby Resource. Metal detecting and treasure hunting stories, tips, reviews, tutorials. Links to clubs in Kent.
fid.newbury.net.. The Federation of Independent Detectorists. What is metal detecting? It is simply finding metal items such as coins, rings, badges etc. buried in the first few inches of earth. The hobby takes you away from your computer into the fresh air, where with the use of other advanced electronic wizardry, (the metal detector) you can have gentle exercise, enjoy nature and see what your ancestors left behind for you to find. List of clubs in Kent.
www.britishdowsers.org.. The British Society of Dowsers (BSD) for definitive information about all aspects of dowsing and dowsers, the Society, membership, meetings and events, the Society's Journal 'Dowsing Today', dowsing groups and much, much more.
List of Dowsing Sites.. Water divining, etc.
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