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Affiliated Regions for Metal Detecting

You can apply to join us

Click on the regional logo to follow the link to their web site or Facebook page

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John Wells is the Chairman and he has well over 40 years experience in the hobby and his Midlands Federation were founder members of the NCMD. There is a new web site under construction and they want clubs, their members and associate/and individual members to send them their news, articles, photographs, experiences etc. in fact anything detector related to publish on their website. 

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Clive Sinclair is the secretary and the Landscape Explorers in South East (LEGISE) serves detectorists in London and the Home Counties. This includes the areas of Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Middlesex, Berkshire, Essex, Kent, Surrey and Sussex. Meetings take place twice a year in Kent. The region was formed for metal detecting clubs and individuals to keep in contact with each other and provide a means to discuss hobby related topics and issues.  LEGISE also provides non-fee based field survey work to support archaeological contract units and community archaeology projects in Kent. This work has been carried out through LEGISE’s long established Kent Archaeological Metal Detectorists Survey Unit (KAMSU).

David Rees is the chairman of the Western Region that covers the area of Gloucester, Wiltshire, Avon and Somerset, South Wales, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall. This region is made up of clubs, and many individual members from other areas. There are regular meetings and the present committee have over 40 years experience in the hobby. New individual members and clubs are always welcomed to apply to join.

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Sydney Hallam has represented this region for many years, and is a very experienced metal detectorist. New clubs and individual members are most welcome to apply to join the region. Syd has written several short factual stories relating to the hobby and form part of its history in his region. You can view a BBC TV Hidden treasure No8 on YouTube that contains information about a great find made in his region, and is one of his stories soon to be published.