Even more “Britain’s Most Historic Towns”

Alice Roberts has been back on our screens with a third series of the above. This time, she visited (Mediaeval) Lincoln, (Restoration) London, (Naval) Portsmouth, (Elizabethan) Plymouth, (Steam Age) Glasgow, (Georgian) Edinburgh and (Industrial Revolution) Manchester, albeit not in chronological order like the two previous series. There was a focus on Nicola de la Haye… Continue reading Even more “Britain’s Most Historic Towns”

This lady struck gold (Henry VII Fine Angel) because she was bored….!

Well, here we go again. Yet another detectorist strikes gold. This time without really meaning to do it! And it’s all hers because she found it on her own land! Well done, Amanda. “….A single mum struck gold when she unearthed a 500-year-old coin worth £2,500 in her back garden. “….Amanda Johnston, 48, was bored… Continue reading This lady struck gold (Henry VII Fine Angel) because she was bored….!