Wednesday 25 July 2012

Sean the Detectorist Patiently Explains to the PAS What Its Role Ought to Have Been

It comes to something when even artefact hunters are saying PAS’s outreach is dreadful. Sean the detectorist patiently explains to PAS what its role OUGHT to be. But will his outreach be heeded? “Seanthecelt” writes :from Canterbury (Thu Jul 19, 2012 11:42 pm):
Regarding newcomers to the hobby, so far this series hasn't made a single reference to the law, Scheduled sites, getting landowners permission or any of "minor details" involved. It's going to cause a lot of problems for us if the programme-makers don't make the rules clear [...]. Those [a]ffected by gold-fever will simply buy a detector and go where they fancy, their defence "well no one said anything about laws on that telly programme". A case of damage-limitation missed.
For once I am in total agreement with what the metal detectorist says. I think the PAS owes us all an explanation.
Hat-tip to Nigel Swift for the heads-up

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