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Sunday, 26 October 2014

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Treasure hoard location revealed

A COLLECTION of Viking treasure found in Furness last year has gone on public exhibition for the first time.

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Dating back to the 950s, the hoard features 92 silver coins, several ingots and a silver bracelet and is on display for one month only at the Dock Museum.

The Evening Mail, which has launched its "Treasure Quest" campaign to help raise the £30,500 needed to ensure the stash stays in Barrow permanently, can now reveal the secret location of the find.

The treasure was discovered in May last year by a metal detectorist on the edge of Stainton Quarry about four miles from Barrow.

The quarry is operated by Tarmac Limited, which has pledged £5000 to the fighting fund to keep the collection in local hands.

For the full story, including pictures of the treasure, see Thursday's edition of the Evening Mail.

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