Finds of the Year – 2013

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Finds of the Year – 2013

Here are the results of the 2013 Find and Finder of the year awards. The presentations by the Chairman John Richards went well with a new First Prize winner Mitch Purvis.

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Welcome to your club website. My name is Ken Marshall and I am the club sites officer and webmaster. I liaise with farmers and landowners in order to organise the sites where we go to for a dig each week.

The Oxford Blues Metal Detecting Club was formed over 18 years ago,and consists of a small informal group of enthusiasts who meet monthly at the British Legion, Littlemore.

Most members have been detecting for many years and have attained a vast knowledge of detecting and it’s associated activities. One of our members has been with the Club since its commencement.

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Finds of the Year – 2013 Finds of the Year – 2013

Here are the results of the 2013 Find and Finder of the year awards. The presentations by the Chairman John Richards went well with a new First Prize winner Mitch Purvis.

We’ve made it to the Woodstock Museum We’ve made it to the Woodstock Museum

The Oxford Blues Metal Detecting Club has a ‘claim to fame’. We have a number of items on display in the Woodstock Museum.

The Cholsey Brooch displayed at the Museum was found by…

Finds of the Month

Finds of the Month March 2014

  Finds of the month March 2014   Coins   1st – Peter Grant – Gold Guinea 1768 2nd – Janet Rogers – Roman Denarius 3rd
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Lost Something of Value? Lost Something of Value?

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News Breaking Finds

PALS FIND £10M TREASURE HAUL OF COINS AFTER 30-YEAR SEARCH PALS FIND £10M TREASURE HAUL OF COINS AFTER 30-YEAR SEARCH

TWO amateur archeologists were celebrating last night after uncovering a hoard of 50,000 Iron Age coins worth up to £10million. Reg Mead and Richard Miles spent 30 years scouring fields in Jersey with metal detectors after hearing rumours about ancient treasure being buried on the land.

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