NCMD AGM – Sunday 12th June 2022

The Annual General Meeting of the National Council for Metal detecting will be held on Sunday 12th June 2022. The venue TBC. Please note that the role of Chair, Treasurer and Central Register Delegate are up for renewal. All nominations must be with the General Secretary by midnight on Sunday the 29th of May. Any […]

New NCMD Mobile App

We are pleased to announce our new mobile app is now available from the Google & Apple Stores. You will need to be a current member to access the app, and use the same login details you use for the website. Using the app you will be able to:– View your membership card and change […]

Preserving history one find at a time!

The Portable Antiquities Advisory Group (PAAG) is in place to discuss and advise on matters relating to the Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS). The group is made up of members from the PAS, British Museum, Archaeology Groups and members of the NCMD Committee. The British Museum commissioned an independent consultant to meet with representatives from each […]

Longer memberships now available

You can now choose longer NCMD membership of up to 3 years. This will be automatically renewed unless cancelled. (You will get advanced notification before your membership is auto renewed) 1 year – £82 year – £153 year – £22 PLEASE NOTE: All members must register with their own email address, even those in the […]

Green Waste Article in Digging Deep

We would like to apologise unreservedly to John Wells for an error in the latest edition of Digging Deep. We included an article on Green Waste which was originally written by John some years ago. While we had permission to use the article sometime ago, we only recently decided to use it in the magazine. […]

NCMD visit British Museum for PAS Annual Report

The executive committee members of the NCMD were invited to the British Museum on the 14th December, for the launch of the 2020 Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) Annual Report and the 2019 Treasure Report. The event was launched by Arts Minister Lord Parkinson and he was joined by Hartwig Fischer, Head of the British Museum […]