Sunday's dig was near Cowfold. A heavy frost disguised a field which was a delight to dig, loamy crumbly spoil. Ice had formed on a puddle in a shaded corner of the field. My finds were average and included a plain oval copper harness mount, an unrecognisable copper based coin between the size of an old halfpenny and penny, a small button and recent one and five pence coins. A woodpecker added a pleasant sound to a very agreeable day. Alistair went home with a grin having found some half crowns and shillings by the main path through
the large field.