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Sunday, 16 December 2012
Warrington woman's wedding ring safe thanks to metal detector club
WHEN Sandra Jackson’s wedding ring slipped off her hand and landed in Ackers Pit, Stockton Heath, the mum-of-two was convinced she would never see it again.
But thanks to South Lancashire and Cheshire Metal Detecting Club, based in Widnes, the Lower Walton grandma was delighted to be reunited with her ring of more than 38 years.
The 67-year-old, of Gainsborough Road, said: “I was so excited and upset at the same time when they said they had found it.
“We had tried and tried but had no joy for weeks and I thought swans could have eaten it or it was lost in the mud and then the metal detecting club found it in less than five minutes.”
Posted by blogster at 12:04