My wife is dragging me up to Scotland next week, away from my new and only permission. So as compensation I thought I could take my MD with me for a little play.
Someone told me that the ‘right to roam’ legislation extends to metal detecting but I find this too good to be true, hence my search on google and no straight answer. And what about the tide line? Are beaches ok to detect on north of the border? I am a member of the NCMD, does the insurance extend that far?
Lots of stupid questions I know, sorry. Just wanting to find out if it is worth packing my MD!
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http://www.crownestatescotland.com/the- ... -detecting
More info here
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Your NCMD covers you "In the North".