A HERO diver has felt a "sense of achievement" after finding multiple wedding rings in Berkshire waters.

Crowthorne company Divecrew has come to the rescue on many occasions to help couples find their sentimental jewellery.

Other times, master diving instructor Martin Weddell has found phones, boat covers and boat propellers.

Lisa Church, for example, lost her ring in 2020 after a boat spider crawled across her hand giving her the fright of her life.

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Martin Weddell said he also found a ring in the River Thames in Windsor after a woman had lost weight during the pandemic.

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He said: "It is a great feeling when you do locate the lost item and retrieve it. It is like looking for a needle in a haystack, so there is a sense of achievement.

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"But the greater thing is, these rings have huge sentimental value to the owner, so it is lovely when we can hand them the ring back."

So far, Martin has found rings in the River Thames in Windsor and Marlow and even as far as the Grand Union Canal. 

He said: "I emphasize to the clients I cannot guarantee finding their ring, it is a huge challenge to find such a small object in weed and silt.

"But I do not like to disappoint. Regardless of the underwater conditions, I keep searching until I find the ring. If anyone loses something precious or of sentimental value in water, just contact Divecrew on 01344 771113."