Permission to detect farm land

Andy. M

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Hello,

My name is Andy mullins from cwmbran South Wales and have taken to my hobby of metal detectoring. I have been detecting beaches for a while now and want to start in land to discover more history.

I am fully insured by the NCDM and will fully respect the land I detect on. i would never leave and hole unfilled and would always cut neat plugs and place back which you wouldn't even notice that a hole was dug.

I can offer voluntary weekends of work as im my current employment I hold a lantra tractor licence which covers loading, trailers, pto implements, and safe operations. I can also litter pick as I'm going and report back to the owner of the land any illegal fly tipping or wrong doings and cattle going astray.

All finds would be reported back to the owner after each metal detecting session. I'm a trust worthy person that works for the ministry of justice system and as I stated from the start I love this hobby and also gets me out into the fresh air.

I drive which means I can cover most of England and Wales.

If would kindly consider giving me permission please contact me on tel: 07711902917 or email me on, andrew36mullins@gmail.com.

Many thanks,

Andy mullins.
 

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