Flint knapping; making Stone Age tools


Tue, 16/04/2019


11:00 to 15:30


£15 per child per session

Contact name: 

David Brooks


+44 20 8394 1734

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Bourne Hall Museum Kids Club
Spring Street
KT17 1UF

11am -12.30pm and 2pm - 3.30pm

Learn some of the ancient survival skills needed to live in a hostile environment, where woolly mammoth and sabre toothed tigers roam freely.

Learn to shape flints like the ancient Stone Age craftsmen and discover the lost art of making stone tools. As part of a small group under the tuition of master flint knapper, James Dilley, enjoy the opportunity to make your own authentic Stone Age tool to take home.

There will be an opportunity to buy some replica tools so bring some pocket money if you wish.

Children must wear trousers and closed shoes for protection during this activity, other safety equipment will be provided.

Children must be 10 years or older 

Cost per child £15, payable in advance. This includes the cost of materials to make the tool which will be yours to keep. For pre-payment please make cheques payable to E&EBC and either post or hand deliver them to Bourne Hall Museum.

Places are limited to 15 children per session must be pre-booked

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