Abergavenny – Saturday 2nd December – 100 Acres undetected Pasture

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This event will be held on Saturday 2nd December on 100 acres of undetected grazed pasture, mostly flat with a couple of hilly spots.

The farmer has informed us that the land is mainly flat as seen in the above event picture, although there are some hilly sections. We have been informed that there are the remains of old Victorian cottages in one of the fields although it is a steep walk down and back up from that area.

We will be just outside of Abergavenny bordering the Blaenavon Heritage Town






Please note: We expect all finds to be shown for photographing, all items considered treasure for the finder to provide identification and a contact number. Whilst it is not our responsibility to report items of treasure found on our digs, we will advise the finder to do so and expect confirmation it has been done. And finds of this nature not reported will result in the finders details being passed to the relevant authority.

The event will start at 9am after a short briefing so please arrive between 8am and 8.45am. Digging finishes at 4.30pm. Parking will be on hard standing.

There will be no catering at this event so please bring food and refreshments with you.

If you can no longer attend after registering for the event please UN REGISTER, failure to do so can result in you being blocked from all future LGD events.

Non paid members £20
Paid members with a membership card £15
Under 16s free (no need to register)

Abergavenny Saturday 2nd December


100 acres of pasture, mostly flat with a couple of hilly spots.

Registration opens at 11-11-2017 14:08

Registration closes at 01-12-2017 18:00

Max Participants: 100

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  1. Profile photo of Alan Beale

    Alan Beale


    Have the pasture fields been ploughed in recent times or is it typical Welsh farmland with most stuff too deep to get a signal on???

    • Profile photo of Joanne Boyce

      Joanne Boyce


      Hi Alan, typlical Welsh land im afraid, Farmer hasnt ploughed it or knows of it being ploughed in the last 20 years or so. Thanks

    • Profile photo of Joanne Boyce

      Joanne Boyce


      Hi David, yes it does look like it could be a good area to search, although im more interested in the remains of the old Victorian cottages on the land personally. Joe

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