Interest in Metal detecting !
We are currently holding monthly meetings on the second Monday of each month 7-9.30pm where members and non members are welcome to attend. We have a table where finds can be shown and discussed. We are not recording finds at the moment whilst Gressenhall are moving their records to Norwich. We will hopefully be re-opening our membership in early 2022
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King's Lynn Metal Detecting Club
The club consists of enthusiastic metal detectorists young and old or as not to offend lets just say all ages, from beginners to the experienced.
Our meetings are held on the second Monday of the month in the Workers Club, Church Street, King’s Lynn.
We pride ourselves in having a friendly informal club where members come to socialise and to get their finds recorded. A member of the Gressenhall Archaeological Unit usually attends our meetings and is on hand to offer help and advice.
Our club has an excellent relationship with Gressenhall Archaeological Unit which can help benefit our members relating to information on the past history on a particular site. We are also encouraged to collect pottery and other non-metalic finds which can add strength to occupation occurring on our sites.
As a group of detectorists we feel it is important to make an effort to record our finds, thus creating a better understanding of our past. Even if you do not wish to become a club member we can still help you and give you advice on how to record your finds, so feel free to contact us.
During the year we have occasional talks on topics relating or complimenting our hobby. A lot can be gained by getting a better understanding of the landscape that we metal detect on.