Central Searchers Metal Detecting Club, based in Northants we cover Northants, Beds and Cambs. We are open to members and non members alike. Membership is £25 a year and your dig price is then £8 and for non members dig price is £12. We try our hardest to have a dig every weekend usually over both Saturday and Sunday, with camping over available during the warmer months. We have a forum which folk can join at http://www.centralsearchers.org.uk/forum/portal.php. We also have a web site which is still being updated at www.centralsearchers.co.uk and we are on a trial basis of Club Meetings every first Monday of the month at Raunds Football Club, Raunds, Northants starting at 7.30pm with Find of the Month Comp, guest speakers etc.
If you want to know more about us then contact Gill on email@example.com
Wessex Metal Detecting Association
website : http://geocities.com/SiliconValley/Monitor/7843/two.html
THE CONSERVATIVE CLUB at CHEAP STREET, NEWBURY. We meet at this very pleasant location on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 8.0pm. New members are always welcome both total beginners or fully experienced detectorists
"The Magiovinium Metal Detecting Club is not currently open for new members. Our club covers Milton Keynes and all the surrounding area.
If you are interested in joining contact us to find out more:
Contact: Chairman is Peter Howell 07958 680019
Vice chairman Simon Webber
Phoenix Metal Detecting Club (Peterborough)
Meetings held last Thursday of each month 7.30pm for 8pm at Peterborough Sports and Social Club Lincoln Road.
Cambridge and East Cambs Metal Detectors Club
We meet on the first Wednesday of each month.
Contact Derek Fitch, the Chairman.
The club email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Ramsey MDC (Metal Detecting Club)
Contact: Alan Davis
South Lancs and Cheshire Metal Detecting Club
website : http://www.slcmetaldetectingclub.co.uk
Our Club (The SLC) holds a Club Members meeting first Wednesday of each month at...
St Basil's parish centre on Hough Green Rd, Widnes WA8 4SZ.
Membership is now limited due to room capacity and car parking. We therefore have a waiting list to join. If you wish to add your name to the list or need to contact the club please email our Chairman at email@example.com
The SLC is reputed to be one of the oldest and one of the more successful Detecting Clubs in the UK, and with membership now hovering around the 100 mark, we are probably one of the largest clubs too.
West Kirby Metal Detecting Club
We Meet On The First Thursday Of Every Month At 8pm ,at West Cheshire Sailing Club situated on Coastal Drive New Brighton Wirral
Phil Moy (Chairman)
0151 638 3450
Sarah Clarke (Secretary)
0151 604 0492
Crewe and Nantwich Metal Detecting Society
The club meets at The Crown Hotel, High Street, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 5AS, on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 8.00pm. For full joining details please email Joy Beresford, firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01606 551055
Vale Royal Metal Detecting Society (Cheshire)
website : http://www.moulton.demon.co.uk
We are a small club of some thirty or so members, whose interest is the hobby of metal detecting.We meet on the third Monday of the month at The Knights grange public house, Grange Lane Winsford Cheshire.
website : http://www.fqm.me.uk/
Cleveland Discoverers Metal Detecting Society now meets at the Coatham Memorial Hall at 7.00pm on the first Wednesday of each month.
Visitors are always welcome!
Kernow Search & Recovery Club Cornwall
Meetings every last Tuesday of the month 7ish at Hayle rugby Club.
Pretty laid back lot - anyone welcome to pop in and take look or join.
Find of the month, Club land when available.
Prince Bishop MDC
We are the 'Prince Bishop MDC' and operate out of Darlington. We have a open Website: www.princebishopmdc.com and a private forum for club members.
The club founder is Paul Harrison (the original & only founder of QAMDC); he can be contacted via PBMDC website. The club has a wealth of experienced and dedicated detectorists and a stunning range of land. We meet locally every other Wednesday for Club meetings, and get out every Sunday on organised digs, likewise we hold weekend mini rallies when the land and weather is permitting. There is a list of potential members for them who are interested in joining us
Dunelme Metal Detecting Club.
We meet at the Eldon Arms, Ferryhill Station, County Durham,
Meetings are every second Wednesday.
For enquiries, contact the following.
Freedomsearchers metal detecting club based in Darlington, County Durham
A newly established club covering North Yorkshire and north east of england .We have two digs per week mainly on Thursdays and Sundays. We have a limit of 25 members which is now been reached - anyone wishing to apply for membership can email the club at email@example.com and you will be notified by email as soon as a position arrises and will be kept on file.
Tyneside Metal Detecting Association
website : http://www.tmda.co.uk
The club's meetings take place every two weeks at the Gateshead Bowling Green Club 10 Prince Consort Road Gateshead, on Monday nights at 7.30 pm. You are welcome to visit us, if you first contact the Secretary: Helga or the Chairman: Mel.
Quakers Acres Detecting Club
was established in 2004 by several experienced metal detectorists who wished to create a club that encompassed a limited membership, and whose patrons were genuinely interested in the historical aspect of the hobby and whom all would agree to operate within a strict set of professional guidelines.The club itself is based in Darlington, County Durham, and meets locally on a fortnightly basis with actual "digs" more or less arranged once a week for club members only. contact the club at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kendal and District MDC
website : http://www.kendaldetectors.co.uk
The club meet on the last Thursday of every month at the Cross Keys inn, Milinthorpe,
email of club secertary is email@example.com ask for Rod
So far we have 5 members, 2 of these being disabled. I myself am disabled and I am encouraging the disabled to join the club. We also are encouraging children and families to become active members. We are in the process of building our club website and hope to have this up and running within the next 2 weeks. We have places for 50 club members. So we have 45 places left. So please first come first served. So please if you wish to join check out our members page on our site when its up and running. We have areas where we can search through out Cumbria, again these will be made available to members of our club.
Mark Shackley on behalf of Cumbrian Seekers.
High Peak Metal Detecting Club.
We are a small friendly club based in Derbyshire's High Peak.
HPMDC meetings are the second and fourth Thursday of each month at
Derbyshire SK17 8BJ
8pm start. Chair, Sandra Shaw, 07939450989 email firstname.lastname@example.org, Membership Sec, Mike Bull 07742587214, email email@example.com
Derby Artefacts Recovery Club
We are Derby Artefacts Recovery Club, Please see http://www.DerbyARC.org
The club was founded in 1973. We cap membership at 80. Members are encouraged to join NCMD. Monthly competitions are held for best find. Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month, February to December, at The Chaddesden Park Social Club, Chaddesden Park Road, Derby, where dig events are announced, generally for the following Sunday.
Contact (for details): Andy Morris by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org- ukdn forum name SQUONK
New website: www.chesterfieldmdc.com
Club meets on the first Monday of each month (second Monday if first co-incides with a Bank Holiday) at:
The West End Hotel
Club meetings are often attended by the local FLO and occasional speakers / finds experts.
Club searches take place every 2-3 weeks.
Club membership is limited to 30.
Making Derbyshire Safer Metal Detecting Association.
TAW & TORRIDGE METAL DETECTING CLUB.
We are a fully constituted Club and are affiliated with the NCMD and abide by their Code of Conduct. Our members come from the Taw and Torridge areas of North Devon which constitute a large part of this region. We currently have around 30 members with a varied mix of young, not so young, male and female making up the membership.
We have a Club Night meeting every month at the Methodist Church Hall in Great Torrington (except for December when we have a Christmas dinner), these meetings usually taking place on the 4th Monday of the
month with doors open at 7.00pm for a 7.30 start. At our Club Nights we either have talks from guest speakers on a variety of subjects or have informal themed evenings when we discuss different aspects of the hobby. Every month, usually on the second Sunday, we also have a Club Search, these often taking place on a farm of historical
interest within our area.
Our membership fees are currently £25 per year for adults and £12.50 for under 18's, which includes £8 for insurance (prices correct at 1.3.2014). Anyone wishing to join our Club is welcome to attend up
to two Club Nights before committing to membership.
For further information about the Club please contact the Club Secretary, Julie
Hayman by email at: email@example.com or telephone 01805 603205.
NEWTON ABBOT & DISTRICT METAL DETECTING CLUB
The Newton Abbot & District Metal Detecting Club was formed in the second half of 2013, a mixed bunch of people from all walks of life, a Plasterer, a Restaurant Owner, a Radio Ham, a Clergyman to name but a few. We abide by the Guidelines laid down by the Portable Antiquities Scheme and the National Council for Metal Detecting. We hold Public Liability Cover and abide by the Countryside Code.
Our meetings are once a month on the second Monday of each month at the Court Farm Inn, Abbotskerswell on the second Monday of every month at 7:30pm Meeting will generally last for about 2 hours.
You are recommended to visit our Website where more details about our Club can be found:- www.nadmdc.co.uk or contact our Membership Secretary Andy Robinson firstname.lastname@example.org or our Secretary, email@example.com.
South Hams MDC
Mike Long. 5 Coppice Wood Drive, Woolwell, Plymouth, Devon. PL6 7QN
East Devon MDC
Monthly meetings at the Malsters Arms, Woodbury, Devon
Southwest Searchers Metal Detecting Club
We meet once a month in Plymouth and have two monthly digs.
For information on membership or any queries please contact membership secretary John Warn firstname.lastname@example.org
Torbay Metal Detectors Club.
website : http://www.torbaymdc.co.uk
The club meets on the 2nd Tuesday of every month to discuss recent digs and finds, have coin/artefact competitions and arrange searches at one of the club’s many sites. Prospective members are assured of a warm welcome at any of our meetings or alternatively at one of the club searches. We are now open for new members.
If you are interested in joining contact us to find out more:
Contact: Mr Pete Nicholson 01803 612371 email@example.com
ISCA Metal Detecting Club ( Exeter )
Our club was founded in 2013 and we meet in The Black Horse, Old Honiton Road, Clyst Honiton, Exeter, EX5 2AN on the third Wednesday of the month, above all, we are a friendly group of history loving people.
We are currently full but operating a waiting list.
Meetings are informal with a raffle to raise money for club funds. Please contact our Club on firstname.lastname@example.org or via the website https://iscamdc.carrd.co for more information and an application form / club rules.
Adrian Tyrrell, Public Relations Officer, 07719 488275
Weymouth and Portland Metal Detecting Club
website : http://www.wpdetectingclub.org.uk/
Meetings are held at 7.30 pm every third Monday of the month at Weymouth, The Centenary Club, 21 Jubilee Close, Weymouth DT4 7BG.
Membership is open to all responsible detectorists, who must abide by all club rules. An annual fee of £20.0 is payable on joining the club (this will include your NCMD insurance).
Club Chairperson: Karen Brown
For further details please contact the following people:
Club Secretary: Mike Apps
The Metal Detecting Society Cottingham East Riding
NEW MEMBERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME - For further details, please contact: Mr Barry Freeman of Cottingham Telephone: (01482) 843213
Bridlington Metal Detecting Society
Meets at 1930hrs, first Wednesday of every month at the Black Lion, Bridlington old town, all welcome
Essex Detector Society
Hockley Community Centre
7.30pm – 10.00pm
Third Monday of the month.
New members welcome
Brentwood and District MD Club
Paul Shrubb, PRO, email email@example.com or I can be reached after 6pm in the
evenings only on 07931 940199 .
The club now meets still on the third Monday of every month at The Eagle & Child Public House, Chelmsford Road, Shenfield, Essex. Meetings commence at 7.30pm, however our membership is full but those wishing to join the club can join a waiting list by emailing
East Coast Searchers Club
website : www.eastcoastsearchers.blogspot.com
The club meets the Brantham Social Club near Manningtree. second Monday of each month.
Club secretary is:
Glen (Ginger) Blake,
Tele 01206 251802
Colchester And District Metal Detecting and Artefact Club
website : http://www.colchestermetaldetecting.co.uk/
Meet on the first Friday of every month at the Arena Colchester at 8.00pm.
Club Secretary Maurice Rogers Tel 01206 734763 E- Mail firstname.lastname@example.org
website administrator Roy Charlton E-Mail email@example.com
Dedham Vale Detectorists, we hold our meeting on the 3rd Thursday of the month, we currently have a members list of 75 and already have a waiting list.
Contact details: Registration enquiries Mr Andy Howard. 01206 271912
Chair lady is now Mrs Wendy Howard
Vice chair is now Mr R Macintosh
We meet on the 3rd Thursday of the month at the Royal British legion Boxted
Taynton Metal Detecting Club
Club Meetings are held every two months.
We aim to have a minimum of one detecting outing a month.
Prizes for Best Finds between meetings and a special annual prize.
We now designate the first 3 people on the waiting list as 'Prospective Members' and they are allowed access to some club facilities ie: to digs for a small fee. Loads of details on the website, plus pictures of finds.
SevernVale Historical Research and Detecting Society (SHRADS)www.shrads.org.uk
Club meets on first Wednesday of the month in Thornbury (South Gloucestershire) for more details contact the chairman Nick Keeler on firstname.lastname@example.org
Herts and District Metal Detecting Society
website : http://www.hdmds.co.uk
If you would like more information regards membership, please go to the membership page, where there is a simple form to submit to apply for details.
Isle Of Wight
Vectis Searchers Club (Isle of Wight)
Mid-Kent Metal Detecting Club.
We are a friendly club offering the benefits of regular monthly club meetings at which our members socialise, show and record finds and hear presentations from invited speakers who give talks on their specialist subject.
The Club also arranges detecting rallies, publicity events and works closely with local archeological groups and museums.
The Club maintains displays of members finds at the Maidstone Museum providing an educational service to members of the public interested in ancient metalwork and the hobby itself.
The MKMDC was founded in 1977 and is one of the oldest surviving clubs in Kent.
For more information please see our website..at http://www.mkmdc.org.uk/
Canterbury and District Searchers.(C.A.D.S)
Chairman: Neil Allen. - email@example.com
Folkestone Metal Detecting Club
website : http://www.masong.freeserve.co.uk/hp/md.html
No longer a members club, just a few friends who have a search together now and then
Romney Marshland Metal Detecting Club
currently our membership is 74 this being a mixture of Full, Associate and Honorary members.The Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month at The Clubhouse, Marlie Farm Holiday Village, Dymchurch Road, New Romney, Kent.
Swale Search & Recovery Club
The Swale Search and Recovery Club will have been in existence for 34 years this year, originally as the Isle of Sheppey Metal Detecting Society.
Club meetings are held at The Hastings Arms in Gillingham, Kent every 1st and 3rd Thursday evening of the month.
Our club members come with all levels of ability and experience in the hobby and are happy to welcome newcomers.
In addition to regular club meetings we attend rallies. Some are small events on our own club land
and some are national events along with other clubs
Any prospective members wishing to join the club may be asked to enroll on the waiting list
As a member you will be enrolled as a member of the NCMD (National Council for Metal Detecting)
Royal Phoenix Detecting Group.
Meet every 2nd Tuesday of the month
at the Cricketers Public House
River, Dover Kent.
White Cliffs Detecting Club,
Meet every 1st Tuesday of the month
at the Cricketers Public House
River, Dover Kent.
The Medway Pirate's
We are based in kent. We meet the 3rd Thursday in each month at the Cecil Arms, Cliff Road, Strood at 8pm. New members welcome. Contact Pete Clarke on 01634 723986 or 07984235388
Cotswold Heritage and Detecting Society
website : http://www.chadsdetecting.org.uk
Club meetings are held on the 1st Monday of each month (unless Bank Holiday) at the Exmouth Arms Public House, Bath Road, Cheltenham, Glos. Guests welcome on the night
Hucclecote Metal Detecting Club, Est.1974, based in Gloucestershire with 25 members and digs every weekend (normally both days). The Club meets once a month to discuss Club matters and for talks and presentations. Please visit our website for more information http://www.hucclecotemetaldetectingclub.com/
Lune Valley MDC
Lune Valley M.D.C meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month at the Lansil Golf Course Clubhouse, Caton Road, Lancaster. The meetings start at approx 7.30pm and lasts until approx 10.30pm.
Contact Information via our online submission form for membership info & club chairman.
* Meeting Events
* News Letter
* Finds of the Month
* Guest Speaker
* Rallies - Information
* Any other club business
* (twice yearly buffet)
Please come along to our meetings, enjoy friendly conversations with other members & discuss any detecting related issues, problems, hints n' tips,advice, how to clean & conserve your finds etc etc. Find out all the latest news about our hobby and how it might affect you in the future. A club is only as good as it's members and the effort that they put in. We need members like you !
West Lancs Metal Detecting Club
website : http://www.westlancs-mdc.co.uk
Based in Blackpool and meets monthly at the St Annes Rd Working Mens Club in Blackpool on the last Thursday of every month. Anybody wishing to join our Club or wanting information about the Club please email or turn up at a meeting
South Lancs and Cheshire Metal Detecting Club
website : http://www.slcmetaldetectingclub.co.uk
St Basil's parish centre on Hough Green Rd, Widnes WA8 4SZ.
on the 1st Wednesday of the month
New Members still welcome.
The SLC is reputed to be one of the oldest and one of the more successful Detecting Clubs in the UK, and with membership now hovering around the 80 mark, we are probably one of the largest clubs too.
South Ribble Metal Detecting Club, Preston
We meet first Monday of every month
We have numerous rallies throughout the year
Our meeting place is the Bridge Inn Pub, Walton Le Dale, Preston
8pm start. We currently have a waiting list for membership, please see website
Ribble Valley Metal Detecting Club
Meet at the "New inn" Clitheroe Lancashire
NOW LOOKING FOR NEW MEMBERS
Please see website for details http://www.findsuk.com
Hinckley Search Society
The Hinckley Search Society meet on the first Tuesday of every month at Westfield Community Centre in Hinckley. Currently there is a waiting list to become a detecting member and non-detecting members will be given first priority when vacancies occur in the new year.
Loughborough Coin & Search Society (Established 1968)
Chairman; T Wallis
Treasurer; P R Spencer
Gen Sec; G Fowler
Detecting Liason Officer; J Maloney
Meetings & venue on website.
Please note detecting membership is limited to 50. Apply for waiting list & updates via the website.
Leicestershire Metal Detecting Society
Established in 2014.
We meet on the 1st Thursday of every month at Barrow-Upon-Soar Conservative Club.
Wolds Historical Research Society
Meet at the Red Lion Spilsby every third Tuesday of every month
All things detecting including talks, detecting days etc. Relaxed atmosphere and good company. Prospective members welcome.
Secretary - Kev Woodward (01507) 534005 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lincoln Historical Search Society.
Meet at the Tyrwhitt Arms, Ferry Rd, Lincoln, LN3 4HU on the first Thursday of each month. Contact email@example.com
Timeline Detection a club setup in the Midlands in June 2011 founder John Williams
NORTHANTS DETECTING ASSOCIATION
Old Scouts Rugby Club
Meet on 2nd Tues in month at 8pm
Details at firstname.lastname@example.org
Warsop Metal Detecting Society
website : http://www.warsopmds.co.uk/
has a fixed membership of 40. The society holds general meetings on a monthly basis, we welcome everyone who actively wishes to share their interests of this fascinating hobby.
Ashfield Metal Detecting Club
Membership held at 30 members
Meet at the Rifle Volunteer Inn, Forest Road, Skegby, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Notts. NG17 3BL on the first Monday every month unless this is a Bank Holiday, then the following Monday.
email : email@example.com
East Norfolk Metal Detecting society
President - Barrie Sharrock.
We meet at Hemsby Sports and Social Club, Hemsby, Norfolk on the first Wednesday of the month. Club Membership for the year is £15 including membership to the Sports and Social club. Visit our Web-site - www.enmds.weebly.com
Phoenix Archaeology & Historic Group
website : http://www.phoenixarchaeology.co.uk/
We are an amateur group who wish to investigate as much land as possible in the area around Banbury (Oxon) in order to map out the land usage and settlement from prehistoric times to the present day. We do this by document research, field walking to recover items such as flint or pottery and, wherever possible, we use Metal Detectors to recover buckles, buttons and coins ets which are dateable evidence.The items that are recovered are carefully cleaned, conserved and recorded. Objects of importance are then recorded with the Find's Liaison Officer for the area. This is all carried out in accordance with the Portable Antiquities Scheme.
Finds are then preserved by members of the society or placed in a museum in accordance with the landowners wishes. All information is recorded by area or farm and a copy of the file passed to the landowner. All our members work within our constitution rules and our health and safety policy, copies of which are available. The society and members are all insured with the Federation of Independent Detectorists, and have public liability insurance up to £5,000,000. Our group also offers a free search and recovery service to members of the public and farmers.
Our meetings are held every first Tuesday of the month at the Flowing Well Pub, Broughton Road, Banbury, Oxon and this includes talks and a chance to share information and discussion of finds.
The Scottish Searchers
website : http://www.scottish-searchers.co.uk
A new Scottish club started in September 2007
We have two FREE digs per month
We don't have meetings as we know detectorists have busy life's so we have online meeting on our club forum. As a club we stick clearly to metal detecting as a fun pastime. Our members have years of experience in this hobby and have made some wonderful finds. to find out more please log on to our forum....link above or call Toddy Irvine on 01324876369 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
We charge a yearly sub of £99 which has optional FID
East Lothian Metal Detecting Club
Dean Houston (chairman)
The Ayrshire Research and Detecting Group
The Ayrshire Research and Detecting Group was formed in 1980 and meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm in Dreghorn Community Centre , near Irvine.
The meetings are very informal and last approx. one hour. There is one outing per month , usually on the Sunday following the meeting. Outings range from beaches to parks and can be anywhere between Dundee and Carlisle.
Usually two rallies are attended each year and these count towards the club championship which is held at the AGM in March. There is also a prize for the best site , best coin and artefact .
The club has 15 members and costs £10 per year to join. There are no other fees to pay but members are encouraged to join the FID to obtain insurance.
If anyone requires other information on the club or would like to join the secretary, Alan Leishman, can be contacted on 01294-466450 or email@example.com
Highland Historical Search Society- Based Inverness
My name is Len Pentecost-Ingram, you may have seen me often in Treasure Hunting or Searcher in an ad for cordless headphones standing near Loch-Ness . I have been running the Highland Historical Search Society since 1988.
We are a fairly small club of around 25 and hold an evening meeting at Whites Electronics Inverness every other month, and have a club search once a month. We find much the same type of stuff as most clubs but far less amounts due to the low population in the past around these parts. We, also like many other clubs have been involved with "Two men in a trench" and "Time Team" and countless radio interviews/press features.
Some of the highlights in the past for me have been working with archaeologists on an ironage site and finding a hoard .
I caught the detecting "bug"way back in 87' and have never looked back I ,still always enjoy that exciting sense of the unknown every outing and so far have never got tired of this absolutely fascinating hobby.
Scottish Artefact Recovery Group
website : http://www.sargclub.co.uk/
if you are interested in finding out about Metal Detecting or want to join, you would be most welcome to come to our Club meeting which takes place:- On the last Tuesday every month in the Bonnybridge Social Club in Bonnybridge Stirlingshire at 7.30 pm.
The Club is an affiliated member of the NCMD and the Scottish NCMD Region.
The Club consists of 40 members(2006)
We have Club digs once a Month organised by our site officer.
Club Syllabus in place showing all Club events and Speakers for the year, rules, contact numbers.
Monthly newsletter posted to all members.
The Scottish Detector Club
website : http://www.scottishdetectorclub.com/
The Scottish Detector Club is Scotland’s oldest established club founded in 1977. The SDC meets on the first Monday of every month at 7.30pm within the Wester Hailes Education Centre, 5 Murrayburn Drive, Edinburgh, EH14 2SU. (Please note: no meeting held in January).
Everyone has a chance to air their views about the running of the club and most of all, we enjoy our meetings and digs.
Currently, there are 93 members, and our evening meetings are very informal. We try to arrange outings to farmland on Sundays whenever sites are available, usually in the Lothians and Borders areas, sometimes in Fife. We make a charge of £5 per outing which goes towards a donation for the landowner/farmer and helps to keep club funds healthy.
The club has been involved in many surveys assisting archaeologists at historic sites such as the Battles of Pinkie (1547) and Prestonpans (1745). Some of our members have appeared on ‘Time Team’ and ‘Two Men In A Trench’, so we think we have a good track record.
Membership runs from the A.G.M. in April until the end of March and currently costs £20 a year, £8 of this going towards NCMD membership and insurance.
If you are interested in joining the SDC, Contact the Club Secretary, Linda Adams at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marches Metal Detectorists
meetings held at Stretton Hall Hotel, Shrewsbury Rd, All Stretton.
contact email@example.com for any further details.
WHRADA(Weston Historical Research And Detecting Association)
We are a friendly club of metal detectorists dedicated to finding lost history and recording finds to increase historical knowledge. At present we have a reasonably low waiting period for potential new members.
We meet every 2nd Tuesday of every month (unless a bank holiday) in the Clevedon area.
Please feel free to visit our new website at www.whrada.co.uk and use the contact form for any enquiries.
The Somerset Artifact Seekers
currently we have 9 members and will go to a maximum of 20 members
Doncaster Detector and Collectors Club
website : http://doncasterdetectors.tripod.com
If you want to get in touch with us please email Vanessa at firstname.lastname@example.org
North Staffs Metal Detecting Club
membership currently 70 & capped
meeting place still same (but restricted to members only) 2nd Monday of every month.
Chairman Terry Windsor
Admin/Site Officer Alan Ridgway contact details; email@example.com
Club established 1978.
Bloxwich Research & Metal Detector Club
c/o Secretary, Jim Wall
129 Ironstone Road
Staffs WS7 1LN
Tel: 07790 969405
Ipswich and District Detecting Club
We meet the last Tuesday of every month at the Whitehouse Community Centre, Limerick Close, Ipswich at 7.30pm.
Camberley and Bagshot Metal Detecting Club
The club has a limit of 40 members (now fully subscribed) who come from Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire. If you would like to be placed on the club waiting list, please email using the following link, including your phone number and address firstname.lastname@example.org
Discoverers Metal Detecting Club , Guildford
We are a small club in Guildford called the Discoverers; we meet second wed of each month at the Guildford British Legion club.
We are open to new members and our fees are small to join;
We have had some successful finds over the years and we enjoy getting together for a drink and meeting;
Discoverers Metal Detecting Club
Brecon Metal detecting club
We are a friendly club in the heart go the Brecon Beacons, rich Roman Area.
Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every month.
Website: www.breconmdc.co.uk email: email@example.com
Rhondda Artefacts & Research Enthusiasts
Website : http://www.freewebs.com/raremdclub/
Rhondda Artefacts & Research Enthusiasts club are currently based at Ferndale Rugby Club, Rhondda Cynon Taff. We are a warm and friendly club. We hold meetings every fortnight (see club meetings on website) and we welcome any new members to join our club.
Wrexham Metal Detecting Club
limited to a membership of 60 and are subject to a waiting list. We meet at the Community Centre, in Frances Avenue, Wrexham and start at 7:30 pm. You are welcome to come as a guest and chat to our long standing and experienced members, so why not come and visit us.
Wrexham Heritage Society
This is a new club recently formed in Wrexham, Wales. Membership limited to 25.
Contact Roy on 01978 352535 or Dave on 01691718878.
Meet on the 1st Monday of the month at Little Acton community centre.
Swansea Metal Detecting Club
Founded in 1979, the Swansea Metal Detecting Club or SMDC is a well established club with a broad membership. The club hold fortnightly meetings in Swansea with monthly competitions and general socialising. There are regular rallies on local farms as well as 'anytime farms' which members access. Visit the web site for contact and membership information
'Heritage Metal Detecting Club. Swansea'
The Club was formed on the 1st. January 2014 and currently has 63 members.
We meet alternate Thursdays at the Fords Social Club. Llangyfelach Rd. Treboeth.
Swansea. (See web site)
Current membership fees are £15 pa. Adult & £10 pa. Junior.
Club Chairman is Gloria Sanders... firstname.lastname@example.org 01792 850917
The Sec' is David Hughes. email@example.com 01639 638923
Web site at heritagemdc-swansea.co.uk
Cardiff Scan Club
Website : http://www.cardiffscanclub.co.uk/
The club meets at 7.30pm every 2nd Wednesday of the month at the Victoria Park Pub, 422 Cowbridge Road East, Canton, Cardiff - new members are welcome
Gwynedd Recovery and Search Society
website : http://www.grass.i12.com
We are centered in North West Wales but have members from as far away as Oswestry. Our main detecting areas are around Bangor and on the Isle of Anglesey but we like to travel to other areas when possible.
Pembrokeshire Prospectors Metal Detecting Club
website : http://www.pembsprospectors.co.uk
The Pembrokeshire Prospectors Society now meets at The Cricket Club, Dale Road, Haverfordwest on the first Thursday of the month at 8pm
The Historical Search Society (Mold) (North Wales)
website : http://www.free-internet.co.uk/users/hss
The original & best metal detecting club, which has been in existence since it's formation by 6 detecting enthusiasts in 1976 is based in the historical town of Mold, Flintshire, North Wales. U.K.
We currently have around 120 members, both men and women.The chairperson is Jane Speed, The secretary is Vince Jones. Our meeting venue is Mold Town Hall, Earl Road. Mold (opposite the Post office)
We meet on the second Friday in each month We try to arrange for speakers to give presentations whenever possible on appropriate subjects. A Find of the Month competition is held each month. Displays of members finds are also on show.
Meetings start at 7.30pm for 8 and usually finish around 9.45 to 10.00 pm.
Please feel free to visit us at any meeting without pressure or obligation, If you do visit please ask any member to be introduced to one of our committee members upon your arrival, you will be made most welcome. All our members are members of the National Council for Metal Detecting and are covered by Insurance for public liability for £20,000,000.
To attend our club outings you must be a member of the National Council and so hold the required insurance cover.
Celtic Searchers, Llanelli , Carmarthenshire
Club Forum www.celticsearchers.createaforum.com
Club email firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings First Thursday of month, New Dock Stars Rugby Club, Llanelli 8pm
The most active and friendliest detecting club in South Wales as members from all across South Wales will agree.
You will not meet a friendlier bunch of guys and gals anywhere in South Wales. Even dogs make their owners exercise with us at rallies.
Long Compton Archaeology Group
website : http://www.longcomptonarchaeology.co.uk
We are an amateur archaeology group which is part of the Compton District History Society. Our aim is to investigate as much land as possible in the area around Long Compton, Warwickshire in order to map out the land usage and settlement from prehistoric times to the present day.We do this by document research, excavations and field walking to recover items such as flint or pottery and, wherever possible, we use Metal Detectors to recover buckles, buttons and coins etc which are dateable evidence.The items that are recovered are carefully cleaned, conserved and recorded. Objects of importance are then recorded with the Find's Liaison Officer for the area. This is all carried out in accordance with the Portable Antiquities Scheme.
Finds are then preserved by members of the society or placed in the village museum in accordance with the landowners wishes. All information is recorded by area or farm and a copy of the file passed to the landowner.All our members work within our constitution rules and our health and safety policy, copies of which are available to members. The society and members are all insured, including public liability
Our plan for 2008 is to excavate a double winged Roman Villa and Medieval site.
The group also offers a free search and recovery service to members of the public and farmers.Our meetings are held every second Wednesday of the month at Long, Compton Village Hall and this includes talks and a chance to share information and discussion of finds.
Midland Metal Detecting Community
Founder: John JoyceWebsite: http://www.midlandmdc.co.uk
Email : email@example.com
Please check our website for our dig and meeting arrangements.
New members and guests welcome.
Four Quarters MDC
Dudley Metal Detecting Club
well established club with fortnightly rallys.
Chairman John Sibley 07514521788.
Wakefield District Relic Hunters
website : http://www.detectorpro.co.uk
we are a small detecting club, based in the Wakefield and Five Towns ( Pontefract, Featherstone, Normanton, Castleford and Knottingley) area of the West Riding of Yorkshire, Great Britain.We have a monthly meeting, usually the first Monday, to discuss finds, metal detecting issues and to generally have a good laugh. You can contact us via this email link for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Two Dales Metal Detecting Club
Would be members of the Two Dales club go on a six month probationary period. During this period we ask you to attend three club meetings. The minimum time requirement to fullfil the Membership criteria is just three months, after which you can apply for full membership. We meet on the first Tuesday in the month at 7.30 pm in the " Old School Room" Addingham.
Central York 's Metal Detecting Club
Secretary John Shaw. 10 Woodhouse Gds, Brighouse. HD6 3UH
Meeting Place: Lofthouse Working Mens Club, 2nd Thursday of each month at 8-00pm
We are a brand new club based in Chippenham Wiltshire. We will have our first Club meeting on the 30th January 2011 at The Pheasant Pub, Bath Road, Chippenham 7.30pm. Experienced and new Detectors welcome, we will be looking for members to form a committee of a Chairman, Secretary and finds officer. Our aim is to have great days out as a Club, share information and enjoy our Hobby together.
The TENBURY WELLS METAL DETECTING CLUB in Worcestershire is looking for new members.
Contact Peter Laver on email@example.com or phone number 07866 124799
Redditch Historical Detection Society
contact Frank Wiley, 21 Penn Manor, Finstall, Bromsgrove, Worcs
Secretary :- Mark Strangwood
We meet on the first Monday of the month (unless Bank Holiday, then 2nd =
Monday) at Abbeydale Social Club, Gibbs Rd, Abbeydale, Redditch.
Monthly rallies run for members and guests.
UK BASED METAL DETECTING CLUBS
Here is our list of UK-Based metal detecting clubs. If your club is not listed or you need to alter the details we hold here then send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line UK CLUB DETAILS