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Monthly Forum Feature June 2012 - Gwawrer!

Post by NeverWntd2Dance » Thu May 31, 2012 11:43 pm

The forum member of the month for June is GWAWRER! (Chris!) :)


"I truly believe in the words in my forum signature"

What makes detecting an enjoyable hobby for you?
I just love to get out in the fresh air and countryside and the excitement and anticipation of what I may find. Finding something and wondering why it was in this spot and who lost it and why?

What got you interested in the hobby and when?
MDF!!!!! Was the hook for me and detecting. In December 2010 I was reading an article in the newspaper about something found and decided to look it up on the internet and MDF came up so I started to read it and was fascinated about it all. It was coming up to Christmas and that was it when I was asked what do you want for Christmas ? I got some funny looks and questions like , what do you really want? Are you sure? Are you joking? Why do you want one of those? Haha what do you expect to find? All the usual jokes. So there was me with this detector and nowhere to go but the beach and on my own. Try getting someone to join you in the winter with howling wind and it being freezing cold not a chance! So off I went to Ffrith and found loads of bottle tops the gold ones made my heart jump, not disheartened just cold so went and bought some thermal leggings and vests on the way home from Asda, lovely stuff! And now when I come home everyone asks what did you find and even the neighbours look out for me!

What is your current detector? Any mods that bring in extra finds?
My current detector is a F70, it has drove me nuts at first getting used to it. I had set my heart on a T2 and lent one from someone on this forum. I loved it but it was a bit too heavy for me. So I got the F70 for its lightness and it shares the same technology as the T2. I am just learning how to get the best from it.

What previous detectors have you owned?
ACE 250 and I love it. Its signals are so clear to me I know when to dig or not too and I know that machine inside out as they say. It’s just a bit too slow to recover as I swing fast. I would never part with it though.

What accessories do you use?
I have a Garrett propointer and a sharpened stainless steel border spade and my finds bag with an old toothbrush and magnifying glass.

"Be yourself and remember they are no different to you or me"

We know that you have been successful in setting up your own MD Club in Chester, can you tell us about how you did it?
Well I have MDF to thank again for this success. I advertised on MDF for people who would like to meet and set up a club, all the club members came from the posting on MDF and friends and family of members. I have been so lucky in attracting some good people, who all work together for the good of the club. It all fell into place nicely from the first evening of eight strangers meeting up and everyone chipping in with what they would do and within a few days we had our own members website and members forum set up and it went live so quickly, all done by one of the members. A Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer voted in and later committee members when the club grew. A first dig secured very quickly and digs most weekends since, we have been really successful. We are a small club of 20 max with five female members and currently at full capacity with a waiting list. Even though it was my idea and I set it up I did not want to be wholly in charge as such I am Vice Chairperson and all I wanted to do was find us land and organise the digs. As I say have been very lucky in who chose to join us and all doing good things for the club. It does help when you have a good Chairperson to keep it all together and a Farmer in your club also a land agent as well as people who want to help out and help each other in any way they can to make it a success. Some have been very active in getting us permissions and we have land for the foreseeable future and recently a committee member secured a really good permission that will see us through summer and winter with it being ploughed and pasture with some lovely Roman finds coming off this land. Some weekends some of the members have helped out at farms instead of detecting and this is just another way members add value to our little club. Everyone that is in the club is valued and totally trustworthy. We have had some fantastic fun times together, and for me it beats detecting on my own.

How do you manage to get permission, any tips that work for you?
A friendly approach with a smile on your face. A good introduction, pointing out that you live locally. Remembering that first impressions count and that the landowners mind could be made up about you in seconds, even before the 64 million dollar question is asked. When I first started detecting and met my md buddy on MDF we needed some land , so I would just go and knock and ask and never gave it a thought. I am used to dealing with people from all walks of life and I used to come in contact with some important people as well as the rich and famous at times. But they are all just normal people deep down just like us. So for me it has never been an issue and my heart goes out to people that have no land or are unsuccessful each time they ask. If I could whiz around the country helping people get permissions I would. All I can say is perfect what you are saying be yourself and look presentable and remember they are no different to you or me. You love history and some farmers do too and you are giving a service where you will rid their land of any rubbish, tell them if any fences are down and you could make them a fortune if you found something valuable. Just because I don’t find it difficult to ask does not mean I don’t get nervous or that I get land every time. I dislike dogs and this can stop me from entering a farm if I see the gates are shut as I guess dogs are maybe loose and I will take a friend that likes dogs or not bother going through the gate all. Oh and I am also so lucky living where I do as I live in Chester right on the border with North Wales and Wirral so I am near to beaches in North Wales and Wirral as well as all the countryside in North Wales, and Cheshire. Everywhere you drive is fields and farms.

We have had a welcome increase in female membership lately, why do you think that is?
Haha I remember making my way to a permission through some land that was owned by someone else and this male dectectorist said I have never seen a female dectectorist before, so I said if you keep looking you will see another in a minute, he thought I was joking! I think women have always been interested and once one starts the ball rolling it just makes it easier for more women to not feel out of place.

Any other hobbies or interests?
I don’t have time for other hobbies with working and detecting!! I do like to go out socialising with friends but that’s not really a hobby it’s life.

What is your best find so far?
I suppose that would be my Silver Roman Denarius of 30bc, well worn but gives me goose bumps to think who held this last to me, or my Isaac Newton farthing in superb condition. And also though not my find, but given to me by my Grandfather , I think he found it as he was a gardener at the Cathedral and it’s my gold and amethyst ring that the museum identified as dated around 1535 and gave it back to me as I had had it for years and I had not found it metal detecting.

"This male detectorist said I have never seen a female detectorist before!"

Oldest ever find?
Roman denarius 30bc

Best eyes only find?
My mates car keys, house keys, works keys, lost on 29 acres. I was a bit slow though it took me a third visit before I found them!

What is your most memorable day out detecting?
Oh gosh I have lots, I don’t know where to start. A club member waiting with a camera for me and my mate to fall in the cow slurry, we had gone the wrong way and we did not know whether to carry on or turn back and we were nearly over our wellies in slurry and we were trying to stop them being sucked off without falling over, but we could not stop laughing and I kept saying keep to the side as much as possible as cows are fat and can’t get this close and we will get a bit of hard ground. How we got through that I don’t know. But I know I will never ever do that again. Another recently where it was a Saturday and three of us had been out to see a farmer to take him a bottle of whisky and show our finds. We could not find the farmer and we had some time to kill, so I rang someone that had invited me to detect on his land and he said yes I’m in and your welcome, just ring the bell and I will let you in. So I take my two club mates, little did they know they were in for a treat so I drive ahead and they follow and I stop at these massive oak gates with huge brick pillows and get out of the car and where they both stick their heads out of the windows to say what are you doing? So I ring the bell speak to the owner and then these huge oak gates open automatically to reveal a mansion and paddocks and lawns. So we drive in and the gates shut us in.......very James Bond. And here the story goes a really nice guy who even let us dig his lawns as well as the paddocks. Bit in awe of it all but we will go back. He did tell me you may find 2 ex wife’s and a hamster in a tobacco tin. I did say if you buried your wives with their jewellery on we will find them for you again. Lol. Anyway after some time my mate shouts us over and says she has found a tin buried under this massive oak tree , so we let her dig it out and then as she was trying to open it, ask her if she was listening and she has just dug up Florrie , hah you would think the tin was red hot the way it went in the air not hamster bones. We could not stop laughing.

What is your favourite period in history?
Medieval ooh all that lovely jewellery and clothes

Any good detecting stories?
Someone that was out with us who had been detecting for four weeks with not many finds, me spotting a newly ploughed field through the hedge starts arm flapping to get his attention and so he jumps the ditch to meet me. So I am telling him come and see the remains of the Roman road and me explaining about where the road goes and here’s the right of way and its most probably been a right of way since the Roman times and how it would be a good place to start. So off we go and in a minute I find a coin and so does he and in the end it was something like 23 coins in a one yard patch, all foreign dated in the last 30 years. It was all so unusual, he did not know me and a few weeks later I had to tell him no, I had not planted them so he could get a find!

"I sometimes find a nice spot for lunch and I just sit and take in the views...bliss"

How can we get on better with the archaeologists?
Show them we are responsible people that love history. By offering our detecting services and working alongside them on digs learning the importance of working together. I truly believe in the words in my forum signature.

What coins do you particularly like to find and what is your preferred method of cleaning them?
I love all coins, but silver the best as it holds its detail better. But I also love livery buttons as I think they are more personal. I usually give them a quick wash in soapy water and I have soaked bronzes in olive oil. I once left a roman coin in white vinegar and it cleaned it completely that it ended up a blank pitted disc. Never again would I use white vinegar.

Any tips on posting pics of coins?
Off me that’s a joke!! I am hopeless and I now have five camera’s, I recently bought another instead of blaming the photographer my attitude is it’s the camera’s fault. I really must get to grips with this and start showing my finds off.

Are you lucky enough to have any scenic views whilst out detecting?
Oh yes some are just so beautiful and high up on Welsh hill farms, with gorges and white water running through the gorge. Others in Cheshire where you can see for miles into different counties. I sometimes find a nice spot for lunch and I just sit and take in the views noting the landmarks that I can see and watching the buzzards and birds of prey flying on the thermals, bliss.

Finally, any detecting tips to pass on?
Just remember you cannot possibly cover every single inch on a field and when it’s ploughed you have a new field.

"My silver roman denarius of 30bc, it gives me goosebumps to think who held this last"
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Post by liamnolan » Thu May 31, 2012 11:59 pm

Thanks for that Chris,super report and very absorbing, you have done good things in the detecting world and thanks for contributing so much to the success of this forum, Liam ::g ::g
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Post by stephenbeetleman » Fri Jun 01, 2012 12:03 am

An excellent read, thanks for the interview Chris!
Well done on the layout and questions aswell Laura, you have done yourself proud. ::g

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Post by Dave8472 » Fri Jun 01, 2012 12:08 am

Great feature Chris and thanks for sharing, nice to have an insight into other detectorists ::g

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Post by hihosilver » Fri Jun 01, 2012 12:15 am

Interesting stuff. Good read. ::g Makes me wish I had a car so I could join a club. ;;z
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Post by mcbain » Fri Jun 01, 2012 9:15 am

Thanks Chris, I really enjoyed this article =D> =D>
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Post by NeverWntd2Dance » Fri Jun 01, 2012 9:17 am

Still can't keep my eyes off that ring 8->
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Post by pinkypixie » Fri Jun 01, 2012 9:23 am

Really enjoyable read Chris! Didn't know you'd got a club together, fantastic! ;'h

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Post by coil » Fri Jun 01, 2012 9:31 am

nice read chris very well done ::g

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Post by Blackadder43 » Fri Jun 01, 2012 10:00 am

Well done Chris, and a big thumbs up to the many females who are now coming out of their detecting closet ::g
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Post by stanslad » Fri Jun 01, 2012 10:19 am

Great read & very well done Chris & Laura.
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Post by detectorgran » Fri Jun 01, 2012 12:41 pm

Brilliant Chris well done you deserve it - you put so much effort into our club and thats what makes it so sucessful and you are totally committed to detecting a great ambassador for our hobby ::g

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Post by jesterjim » Fri Jun 01, 2012 1:39 pm

Excellent work Chris that was a brilliant read.....I thoroughly enjoyed it...well done to you and Laura both and welcome to the Forum Featured Member Club!....

Jim. ::g ::g ::g :)) :)) :))

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Post by clint » Fri Jun 01, 2012 7:40 pm

Well deserved!Gwawrer always has a nice word to say!!

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Post by Danzigman » Sat Jun 02, 2012 12:32 pm

Thanks to Chris and Laura for some pleasant reading.. I enjoyed that a lot.. I would say Its so nice with these Monthly Forum feature.. To get a glimpse of others peoples life and way of doing..
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Post by Gwawrer » Sat Jun 02, 2012 7:50 pm

Jim !! I was trying to hide it!! Chris :))
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Post by alloverover » Sat Jun 02, 2012 7:51 pm

Gwawrer wrote:Jim !! I was trying to hide it!! Chris :))
HaHaHa :)) :)) :)) Nice one Gwawrer, this is why i like you :D :D :D ::g ::g

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Post by jesterjim » Sat Jun 02, 2012 8:16 pm

=)) =)) =)) =)) =)) =))

Jim. :)) :)) :))

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Post by liamnolan » Sun Jun 03, 2012 8:17 pm

Looking back over how Chris managed to found a new MD club, I am surprised that other members have not tried to do the same. Sometimes we have to help ourselves get land and digs and the best way is to join forces for the common good.
Many people wait and wait for a chance to join a club and in the meantime they could have sorted out a little club of their own, good luck to anyone who takes that step! Liam ::g ::g
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Post by zendog » Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:32 pm

Really enjoyable read, it's nice to get an insight into another members experiences of this hobby we enjoy so much. Having looked in the mirror I can see how Chris may have a slight advantage over me when stood on a farmers doorstep asking for permission :)

Enjoy these features, would be good if we could be let into the thought process or reason for the chosen forum name. Why Gwawrer or NeverWntd2dance?

Things like this feature help this forum go from strength to strength, Mrix and the rest of the team, your efforts in running this forum are really appreciated. ::g

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Post by NeverWntd2Dance » Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:38 pm

Mine is the name of a song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smoLvMukdNA" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

I don't think it will quite be to everyone's taste haha =)) It is also my xbox live gamertag ::g

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Post by alloverover » Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:42 pm

NeverWntd2Dance wrote:Mine is the name of a song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smoLvMukdNA" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

I don't think it will quite be to everyone's taste haha =)) It is also my xbox live gamertag ::g

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Post by Dave8472 » Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:45 pm

zendog wrote:......

Enjoy these features, would be good if we could be let into the thought process or reason for the chosen forum name. Why Gwawrer or NeverWntd2dance?

Things like this feature help this forum go from strength to strength, Mrix and the rest of the team, your efforts in running this forum are really appreciated. ::g

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Post by NeverWntd2Dance » Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:46 pm

Who's that =D>
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Post by liamnolan » Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:48 pm

Laura, just watched a bit of that video .. seing a psychiatrist tomorrow ... thought it might have been connected to that young chap Fred Astaire instead, Liam =))
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Post by Dave8472 » Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:49 pm

NeverWntd2Dance wrote:Who's that =D>
Bit before your time Laura =))

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Post by NeverWntd2Dance » Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:50 pm

Ahh I see =))

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Post by zendog » Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:56 pm

NeverWntd2Dance wrote:Mine is the name of a song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smoLvMukdNA" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

I don't think it will quite be to everyone's taste haha =)) It is also my xbox live gamertag ::g

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That could be an interesting opener for the Forum dig sing song round the camp fire B-)
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Post by Oldest Swinger » Sun Jun 03, 2012 11:15 pm

Great read and well done on all you have done to contribute to such a friendly sounding ansd successfull club. It is so good to see and hear of people who are far from thinking of themselves all the time (a rearety in these times).

Like I said great read and an insperation to many

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