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Hi everyone
My name is John Ganley and I am a member of Taynton Metal Detecting Club near to Newent in Gloucestershire I was invited to join
The Detecting Hub by a member of our club who has recently joined I will post up some of my recent finds for everyone to see
Looking forward to using the web site
Cheers Blackfeet
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Welcome aboard John nice to have another member of taynton club also known as the gannets hear look forward to seeing some of your best finds :thumbsup: for anyone how has not heard of the taynton club check out there website lots of nice finds to look at
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Welcome John - sounds like Ian has been recruiting! Glad to have you on board :thumbsup:
Yes I really don’t like Roman coins, I’m not joking
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blackfeet wrote: Wed Aug 05, 2020 9:29 am Looking forward to using the web site
And we're looking forward to you using it, John. Hope you enjoy it :thumbsup:
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Hello and welcome John. We’re honoured to have members from Taynton.
I’m sure that’s the club a pal of mine belongs to. Paul Bancroft. Do you know him.

Forgive me if I’ve got it wrong, the old brain ain’t what it used to be. :roll:
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Welcome in John :thumbsup:
If Ians finds are anything to go by then we hope to see many of yours too :clapping:
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Hello John....a few years ago we almost bought a house in Dymock and knocked around Newent a bit. Quaint little place. Lots of history. So i am looking forward to seeing what you scuff out.
"The forest was shrinking, but the trees kept voting for the axe, for the axe was clever and convinced the trees that because his handle was made of wood he was one of them."
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Hi John, welcome. I shall be checking your club site out later.
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oh wow some seriously nice finds, love that panther brooch by the way. Never seen one of those before.
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