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I think I'm one of the overly cautious types. :Thinking: I did watch the video, but I held off registering my email until I know the details.
That said though, I do wish Graeme and the team all the best with whatever this new venture turns out to be. I'll have a look again once it's been announced. :thumbsup:
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Totally understandable, Andy, and in the normal course of events you won't find a bigger sceptic than me when it comes to giving out any kind of contact details. But Graeme's a straight-up fellah and I had no hesitation in giving my email address (one of them) as I know he won't misuse it in any way.
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If you registered for this you might have found out what this is by now 8-)

Check your junk email box too :Luv Ya:
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Very good :thumbsup:
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Aye worth a read :thumbsup:

Be good to see a hard copy sit on the shelves with the searcher and treasure hunting , at a more reasonable £2.50 price
But I guess ebooks are a sign of the times...unfortunately.

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TerraEnglandia wrote: Fri Oct 16, 2020 3:54 pm I think I'm one of the overly cautious types. :Thinking: I did watch the video, but I held off registering my email until I know the details.
That said though, I do wish Graeme and the team all the best with whatever this new venture turns out to be. I'll have a look again once it's been announced. :thumbsup:
That was my reaction as well....
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Pete E wrote: Fri Oct 23, 2020 12:31 pm That was my reaction as well....
Fair enough gentlemen. You might want to look in the news section at https://www.uneartheduk.co.uk/ ;)
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Oxgirl wrote: Fri Oct 23, 2020 1:22 pm Fair enough gentlemen. You might want to look in the news section at https://www.uneartheduk.co.uk/ ;)
I should add that's not any reflection on Grahame in particular, I just don't register for promotions or "freebees" in general...
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Pete E wrote: Fri Oct 23, 2020 2:25 pm
I should add that's not any reflection on Grahame in particular, I just don't register for promotions or "freebees" in general...
Its not a promotion as such, but it is a freebie i suppose...
its a free magazine about metal detecting with articles written by detectorists, that if supported and read then it will continue into the future...

if you give an email address (make a throwaway gmail email address if you need security) and it gets sent to you every month or bi-monthly, whichever it turns out to be
Its actually a good read for its first one :thumbsup:
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I was reading it at lunchtime, nicely produced and very readable, I like it a lot.

Good value as well since it's free. :)
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Oxgirl wrote: Thu Oct 22, 2020 7:43 pm If you registered for this you might have found out what this is by now 8-)

Check your junk email box too :Luv Ya:
I was one of the first to register for this but I have not seen anything (I have checked e-mails from Thursday and my junk).

What have I missed?.

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Saffron wrote: Sat Oct 24, 2020 10:57 pm I was one of the first to register for this but I have not seen anything (I have checked e-mails from Thursday and my junk).

What have I missed?.

Evan
Do you use outlook/Hotmail? If you do, you may now have two junk folders for some reason, I noticed it a while ago, there's a junk folder and a spam folder, I have emails go into both, it's really annoying.
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Jamesey1981 wrote: Sat Oct 24, 2020 11:02 pm Do you use outlook/Hotmail? If you do, you may now have two junk folders for some reason, I noticed it a while ago, there's a junk folder and a spam folder, I have emails go into both, it's really annoying.
No. Old fashioned BT e-mail.

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Saffron wrote: Sat Oct 24, 2020 11:19 pm No. Old fashioned BT e-mail.

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You’ll find it here ;) https://www.uneartheduk.co.uk/news/
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