Our Next Dig – 20 January 2019 Nr Bridge of Weir
Sunday DIG DETAILS below
Scotland’s only and longest and Only established dig/events company is holding a 1 day dig near Bridge of Weir on anew farm. This area according to the farmer is undetected. It is up to us to unearth the past.
No pets allowed at this dig
Please don’t e-mail asking for exact locations as it will not be divulged until the night before the dig and only if you have bought a ticket
Cost Only £10
Emergency First responders on hand and Large First Aid Kit
Meeting time 0830 Finishing time 1700
Location is only given at 2000 on the night prior to the dig.
NO Pets allowed
Cost only £10 & £5 per Non Detecting Guest guest or Kid over 10 kids under 10 Free (Detecting)
Where do I buy tickets – On this page or via our Events page on Facebook
Where is your next dig – Info on this page
When will I get information – We do not send the dig information or exact location out until the night before the dig around 8pm. The reason is in the past we sent the information out earlier and people thought they would help themselves to a free dig before we got on it.
How much is it – £10 or £12 per dig it depends on farm costs
- What time does it start – We meet at 0830 and the dig starts at 0900
Can I bring my dog – Only once you clear it with Toddy as we might have sheep on our field. E-mail – email@example.com
Can I bring a friend – Yes at 50% cost of a detecting ticket per guest
Do we park on fields – Yes, we are We do our best to provide suitable parking on the field or road but Toddys Digs are not responsible for damage to your car entering fields. 4 x 4 cars are more suited to our hobby.
Do I need insurance – It is NOT essential but it is a good idea to get NCMD insurance for less than £10 per year
What do I do with my finds – We are experts at Toddy’s digs at identifying metallic finds, we will advise you what to record at our digs and where but please read the Treasure Trove website (it is your responsibility to record your finds made at our events)
You must fill in your holes at our digs and leave them as you found them.
Do I always need to buy a ticket first – NO once you have been on a couple of digs you can pay cash at the gate.