FAMILY PREHISTORICAL SURVIVAL DAY.
Prehistoric Survival Days out for Children.
Course takes place on ; Grimes Graves, 4000 year old Neolithic Flint Mines in Norfolk.
Stone age experience for boys and girls between the age of 7-16.
Prehistoric Survival will show you how to survive using the materials in the habitat, just as our ancestors did during the stoneage, at a time when every day was a survival situation.
The day starts at 9.30am when you'll arrive and meet the other attendants. Only ten tickets are available for this day, producing a nice size workshop of and 10 children and parents if they wish to attend.
Will Lord excels in all aspects of primitive survival techniques and the day's topics can include:
• Making basic tools from flint & bone.
• Fire starting.
• Cordage - making cordage from natural materials that will help you to trap and bind your prey and every day needs .
• Prehistoric cooking - where you can prepare your own lunch by skinning deer, rabbits with flint tools and cook them over the fire.
• Primitive weapons.
• Foraging and survival tips.
These courses are very much guest lead regarding the content, so if there's something that particularly interests you, then mention it to your instructor and he'll try to fit it in.
So a whole day away from their PC, PS3, XBOX and phones to ensure you have a time to remember.
Price includes two places, (a parent + a child), lunch and refreshments through the day, all materials and tuition. We recommend early booking for this popular workshop.
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This course costs £50 for one adult and one child. Lunch and drinks are included.
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