Land for metal detecting required

Timbo84

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Hi I know it's a long shot but I was wondering if anyone in the south east Kent area has any land that they wouldn't mind me metal detecting on. I am a member of the national council for metal detecting so I am insured and I'm a member of my local metal detecting club and follow the code of conduct, also all holes will be filled in neatly and are very rarely more than 4-6 inches deep. If anyone has anything atall or knows anyone that will allow me to go on their land be it field or woods please could they let me know via email at timdray0401@gmail.com. Many thanks for taking the time to read this.
 

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