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Paladium Gents Wedding Band Lost & Found On Branksome Beach

from Bournemouth (England, United Kingdom)
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When Mark & family from Bournemouth visited the beach recently &  had no clue had disasterous it was going to end. Over the last few months Mark had lost a few pounds & noticed his wedding ring felt a ‘little loose’. When chest deep in water suddenly he felt the ring slip from his finger & disappear.

When I received the call I knew we had to get there quick- soft sands along the whole of Bournemouth beach consumes rings at an alarming rate. We met the next day where by now the tide had slightly receded. I made my plan, sort my position & set to work getting ZERO signals.

After 15 minutes suddenly from the silence the CTX3030 screamed a deafening tone at me & my heart began to pound. Staring down through my mask into the water I fanned the sand away, bit by bit until 6 inches down…

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This is the heartwarming moment a police officer was reunited with his wedding ring after he lost it playing in the sea with his daughter.
Mark Roberts was throwing his seven-year-old daughter Lily around during a trip to the beach when the palladium band slipped off his ring finger.
He realised it was gone minutes later and he and wife Lisa and their friends spent around half an hour searching in waist high water for it.
Several days later he was put in touch with detectorist Richard Higham who met him at Branksome Chine, Poole, Dorset, and found the ring in just 10 minutes.

BNPS.co.uk (01202) 558833.
Pic: CorinMesser/BNPS
Pictured: The wedding ring.
This is the heartwarming moment a police officer was reunited with his wedding ring after he lost it playing in the sea with his daughter.
Mark Roberts was throwing his seven-year-old daughter Lily around during a trip to the beach when the palladium band slipped off his ring finger.
He realised it was gone minutes later and he and wife Lisa and their friends spent around half an hour searching in waist high water for it.
Several days later he was put in touch with detectorist Richard Higham who met him at Branksome Chine, Poole, Dorset, and found the ring in just 10 minutes.

there it was! It was a large ring made even larger by the waters magnification & I thought at first it might be a bangle!

Mark & wife were overjoyed to get their ring back & contacted the Margaret Green Animal Sanctuary to make a very kind donation.