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Hope you get sorted with your permission seeking, but do bear in mind that whoever actually works the soil it's only the landowner who can give you permission to detect. I've got three farm permissions and all of the landowners use a third party to do all the work. Seems to be the way of things around these parts.
Some sort of electrical gubbins(I'm told it's a Deus). In various colours
I`m looking to gain some experience, new to it all. Similar age as yourself, i live in Wakefield so not a million miles away from you. Just waiting for the delivery of my first machine so if you wanted to meet in a field somewhere lol give me a shout.
I'm very new, detectorless at the mo, but doing a lot of research looking at old maps / google maps of our area, I'm from Rotherham. I don't have any experience in contacting farm owners directly, but I have a friend a work who says she'll let me on to her farm, I don't think that counts. Do you have any farms in mind that you might want a bit of support with when going to meet them? I'm also in my 50's, let me know anytime. Happy hunting!
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