Young detectorist finds landmine
17 year old detectorist, Harry Williams, who was out detecting for only his second time, unearthed a Second World War landmine.
Six police cars attended and set up a 250 metre cordon. The Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team determined that it was a British copy, dummy version of a Tellermine 35, a German anti-tank mine. It was used to train soldiers in the Second World War.