Metal Detecting Frinton Greensward for lost Wedding ring (Lynne deceased 3.5years)
Dear Tendring District Council
Whilst on an outing to Frinton Greensward recently I somehow managed to lose deceased Wifes Wedding ring. It must have slipped from my finger whilst playing a game of ball with our grandchildren.
They and I searched the area for the best part of two hours but the grass was long and the thatch quite thick so sadly, no luck.
I know roughly where we were playing and am suffering from the loss of the ring terribly.
I intend to go back to look for it once covid restrictions are over and aim to take a metal detector with me to improve the chances of finding it (however long the grass might be).
The ring is of great sentimental value to me and I wish to know if I need permission from Tendring District Council to complete the search using a metal detector.
Dear Mr Whitehouse
Thank you for your enquiry and we are so sorry to hear that you have lost
your wife’s wedding ring whilst on the greensward at Frinton on Sea. I
can confirm that having checked with our Head of Public Realm, he has
confirmed that you would be permitted to use a metal detector for the
purpose of trying to retrieve the ring. He has however also asked me to
mention though that the greensward is due to be cut by the tractor. If
you are able to provide us with the exact location, it may be possible
that the Open Space Team could also have a look when they are there.
With kind regards.
Commercial Support Manager
Partnerships - Operations and Delivery
( 01255 686651 | * [email address] | 8
Tendring District Council, 88-90 Pier Avenue, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex CO15
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