This site is intended to keep club members and other interested detectorists up to date with the latest club news and information.
Please visit our home page - Ashfield Metal Detecting Club
Bournemouth Metal Detecting Club
Club was founded in 2011 by a group of metal detecting enthusiasts who wanted to share their past time with others and share the history they discover.
Please visit our home page - Bournemouth Metal Detecting Club
CAMBRIDGESHIRE AREA METAL DETECTING CLUB (CAMDC)
CAMDC was formed in early 2018. From humble beginnings in a pub garden, we now have a private meeting room, en suite facilities and a private bar in a comfortable pub in Stapleford, South Cambridgeshire.
We are primarily an MDF-based club with a private forum on here, we do not currently have any club land, but we have had one club dig and a couple of members occasionally detect together. We meet formally on the second Monday of the month. You don't need to be from South Cambs... we have members from Luton, East Beds and North Essex. For more information contact wessexlad via the forum.
Crawley & District Metal Detecting Group
Founded in 2006 the groups aim and goal is to responsibly promote the hobby of metal detecting and to bring together individuals around Crawley and the surrounding area who share a common interest and passion for metal detecting and history.
Please visit our home page - Crawley & District Metal Detecting Group
Derby Artefacts Recovery Club [DARC]
The club was founded in 1973. Membership is capped at 70. A dig is arranged every month bar January, and monthly competitions are held for best find. The club's previous web-site, derbymetaldetecting.co.uk has been closed.
Please visit our home page - Derby Artefacts Recovery Club
ISCA Metal Detecting Club ( Exeter )
The ISCA metal detecting club has spaces for new members at the moment. Our club was founded in 2013 and we meet in The Black Horse, Old Honiton Road, Clyst Honiton, Exeter, EX5 2AN on the third Wednesday of the month, above all, we are a friendly group of history loving people, and we organise two Sunday digs per month. We are a very active club with many levels of experience within our ranks. Meetings are informal with a raffle to raise money for club funds. For more information and an application form / club rules. Please contact Debbie Raymond [email protected] 07412 227007 We look forward to seeing you at one of upcoming meetings.
Kendal & District Metal Detecting Club
This club is a member of the National Council for Metal Detecting, North West Region. Affiliated to the Council for Physical Recreation, recognised by the National farmers Union and the CLA as the voice of responsible detecting (NCMD) Members live in North Lancashire, North and South Lakeland, West Cumbria, Whitely Bay, Aberdeen, Alston and Staffordshire.
Please visit our home page - Kendal & District Metal Detecting Club
Mid Devon Searchers Exeter Club
We are a friendly club with great land
Please get in touch for membership enquiries.
Please contact [email protected]
Pastfinders Metal Detecting Club
We are a small, friendly club based in the Southampton area. Founded in 2010 we hold regular monthly club meetings where finds are compared and club topics discussed. We have had some excellent finds over the past year on our farm permissions and are always on the lookout for new land. Please e-mail for further club information or PM... IJammer ...end.
Solent Metal Detecting Club
The Solent Metal Detecting Club was formed by a group of metal detecting enthusiasts who meet once a month. These meetings are largely informal. A raffle is held during each meeting to help with club funding. We arrange occasional talks by visiting speakers on a variety of subjects.
Please visit our home page - Solent Metal Detecting Club
South Devon MDC
Please email [email protected] to apply for a place. Members must have valid NCMD or FID insurance. Please visit our home page - South Devon MDC
St. Edmunds Searchers
Our club was founded in 2011 and meets every month in Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. Our county FLO always attends meetings and collects finds for recording, always returning finds the following month. We are a small group with a common interest in history and metal detecting. We encourage members of all experiences to show all their finds and we also add interest with a monthly finds competition.
The club is currently fully subscribed and we are not accepting further names onto the waiting list until further notice.
Two Dales Metal Detecting Club
The Club was founded in May 1993 to attract metal detectorists that reside in an area of Yorkshire known as Wharfedale and Airedale, hence the name. We also attract detectorists from the Pendle district of Lancaster as we are the only club now serving the area close to the county boundary. We are a very active club with many different levels of experience within our ranks. Meetings take place on the first Tuesday of the month at 7.30 pm in the " Old School Room" Addingham.
Please visit our home page - Two Dales Metal Detecting Club
Trowbridge & District Metal Detecting Club
Trowbridge & District Metal Detecting Club was formed in 1976 by 3 people one of whom still regularly detects and attends all the meetings. The club has grown in to one of the main metal detecting clubs in Wiltshire.
Please visit our home page - Trowbridge & District Metal Detecting Club
Taw & Torridge Metal Detecting Club
The Taw & Torridge Metal Detecting Club currently has about 35 members that are drawn from the Taw & Torridge areas of North Devon.
Please contact our secretary, Julie, at [email protected]
Wyvern Historical and Detecting Society
Friendly club based in Swindon, Wiltshire, UK. holding Monthly Competitions for members who attend their meetings.
Please visit their home page here - Wyvern Historical and Detecting Society
WHRADA(Weston Historical Research And Detecting Association)
We are a friendly club of metal detectorists dedicated to finding lost history and recording finds to increase historical knowledge.
At present we have a reasonably low waiting period for potential new members.
We meet every 2nd Tuesday of every month (unless a bank holiday) in the Clevedon area.
Please feel free to visit our new website at - www.whrada.co.uk and use the contact form for any enquiries.