The field we had in mind is 40 acres in size but we have already split it up into areas we thought to be interesting or not.
The start point was in an area where two Viking items had been recovered in the past. A Celtic potin and a few Roman coins had also emerged from here.
A mix of pre-decimal coins and a few Roman coins came to light with a few other more modern artefacts too.
We decided to try an area of the field where we only had spent a few minutes there last year as we had to leave on time at that visit.
This time we had a little longer, about 45 minutes!!
The first signal was a Roman coin quickly followed by two more. A Commonwealth penny also made an appearance and it was the last 15 minutes that provided the find of the day with a complete and beautiful Celtic Triskele fob dangler.
Altogether, 7 Roman coins and 4 silver coins (two worn as love tokens) were recovered
The Déus machines were set up as in previous surveys.
The finds for the day can be seen here.