LOST WEDDING RING - Newquay Cornwall

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LOST WEDDING RING - Newquay Cornwall

Post by leon.birger » Mon Jun 20, 2016 1:07 pm

Dear All,

The wedding ring has been lost in the water while surfing on the Fistral Beach, Newquay, Cornwall on Saturday 18th of June 2016.
If you know anyone who does metal detecting in Cornwal, or may know anyone who does it – please share with them.

The ring has no markings or stamps but I would be able to identify it from looking at it. It has been handcrafted by the member of the family and the ring is of great sentimental value.


Ring image: http://joxi.ru/5mddZOPfvlB9Om" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Good reward given if found.
my e-mail address: leon.birger@gmail.com



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Re: LOST WEDDING RING - Newquay Cornwall

Post by Koala » Mon Jun 20, 2016 9:06 pm

Too far for me.


Wish you luck in your search.

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Re: LOST WEDDING RING - Newquay Cornwall

Post by rob-greaves » Tue Jun 21, 2016 8:29 pm

I'm not sure you can even detect on a Cornish beach. You need to get specific permission from the landowner - usually HRH Prince Charles. The usual foreshore crown permit doesn't (generally) cover Cornwall.

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Post by KittyHawk » Wed Jun 22, 2016 10:35 am

The Crown permit does not apply, correct. However most beaches are actually Council owned, or leased and there are a fair few threads in here somewhere with more details. The Duchy was working on a permit system but not seen an update on that for a long time, think it was too demanding on administration.

However, its a beach...and a recovery service at that. Use your common sense and all should be well. I'm on the south coast and Newquay is a bit far, but fairly sure I've seen a few threads from people detecting that area...so fingers crossed!
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Post by ossie » Sat Jun 25, 2016 9:20 pm

Thought I would give this a bump as the poor guy is desperate for some help,surely we have a few guys that work Newquay on here?

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Re: LOST WEDDING RING - Newquay Cornwall

Post by rizla0101 » Sun Jun 26, 2016 5:56 pm

Now posted where it belongs - on the BEACH detecting site.

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Post by masterfrodo » Tue Jul 12, 2016 12:40 am

Fistral is perfectly legal to detect on

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Post by philsale » Wed Aug 17, 2016 10:07 am

Hello Leon

Did you ever get a reply as on holiday near to Fristral beach and willing you've it a go. Also was it lost in a particular area? Thanks phil

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Post by roamingrob » Wed Aug 17, 2016 6:16 pm

Just to be clear here is a mail l had last week from Cornwall Council
Dear Mr Johnson
 
Thank you for your recent email enquiry about metal detecting.
 
Metal detecting is permitted on Council owned beaches as per the list below. Where a beach is leased out we advise people to also seek permission from the beach leaseholder as well; which is most instances means they run the café on site so they could ask in there. Metal detecting enthusiasts are asked to follow the Code of Practice for Responsible Metal Detecting in England & Wales, hold appropriate public liability insurance, report any significant finds to the Council & leave the beach as they found it (re-instating any holes they dig etc).  Metal detecting is not permitted on beaches which have an SSSi attached to them so if it is not on the list it either has an SSSi or is a private beach.  Where the Council only own between MHW – MLW then permission from the landowner above this point is also required.
 
Council owned beaches this activity is suitable on are: 
Long Rock
Wherrytown
St Ives Harbour
Porthmeor (leased out)
Porthminster (leased out)
Porthgwidden (leased out)
Praa Sands (MHW – MLW)
Gyllyngvase (leased out)
Castle Beach (leased out)
Swanpool (leased out)
Porthtowan
Portreath (only right hand side of watercourse is owned by CC)
Widemouth (only North of Black Rock is permitted)
Harlyn
Treyarnon (MHW – MLW)
Porthcothan (MHW – MLW)
Mawgan Porth (MHW – MLW)
Whipsiderry (but not on the cliffs)
Porth (but not on Trevelgue Head)
Tolcarne (MHW – MLW)
Great Western (MHW – MLW)
Towan (MHW – MLW)
Little Fistral
Fistral (MHW – MLW)
Downderry
Seaton
Hannafore
Readymoney
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·         Porthpean
 
 
Kind regards,
 
Sue
 
Sue Nicholls


SO no problem as long as you stick to the above. I am staying for 2 weeks just south of there and plan to visit little fistral if l get chance l will have a look, but its a big long shot. A lot of guys and gals detecting on the beach l am staying next too....
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Post by deepdig » Wed Aug 17, 2016 7:34 pm

Well done Romeingrob, nice reply from the council.
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Post by roamingrob » Wed Aug 17, 2016 9:49 pm

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Re: LOST WEDDING RING - Newquay Cornwall

Post by Matt George » Tue Dec 27, 2016 9:33 am

I have also lost my wedding ring on Boxing Day while playing with my four year old on Fistral Beach. I am pretty sure I can identify the area it is in, but by the time I realised the sand was very churned up. I have to leave tomorrow to go home, but would happily pay someone with a gold metal detector to have a look. I can't imagine the area itself would take more than 30 mins to scan, and if found I would pay a reward. Please PM me if you are able to help.

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Re: LOST WEDDING RING - Newquay Cornwall

Post by littleboot » Tue Dec 27, 2016 12:51 pm

Perhaps an idea for a mod to start a new thread for this so it doesn't get lost? Hope someone can help out.
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Re: LOST WEDDING RING - Newquay Cornwall

Post by Matt George » Tue Dec 27, 2016 5:48 pm

Dear Littleboot

Thank you for the suggestion. I will do another post in case someone finds it but in terms of help the response has been amazing - I have already had two responses today from people who will be going to the beach, plus a really helpful man today who I saw on the beach with a detector and scanned where I thought I had lost it (but unfortunately we turned up nothing). Fingers crossed (which perhaps would have helped me avoiding losing it in the first place!) it turns up, but I fear it is a needle in a haystack.

Thanks again for replying.

Matt

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