TREASURE hunters got a chance to separate their junk from priceless finds with help from an expert.

A Kent County Council finds officer visited Gravesend Museum, High Street, Gravesend, to help identify people's archaeological discoveries.

Around 200 visitors brought items such as buckles, buttons and flint axeheads.

Members of the Gravesend Historical Society were available to offer help and suggestions about what the items could be.

Libraries district manager Christoph Bull said: "It was a very good day.

"It was a good partnership between the library and the historical society."