Primitive Carving Workshop.

Held at Grimes Graves, 4000, year old Neolithic flint mines.  

Grimes Graves is in the heart of Breakland set in 35,000 acres of Thetford forest

Over 2 days you will have the perfect opportunity to come and learn some ancient carving techniques and explore various materials to create some artifacts such as the famous Venuses and animal totems left behind from the last retreating ice age.


During the course you will be introduced to flint technolgy and shown how to produce flint burins/drills and assisted to make various flint tools that were used by the creative artists of our past.

The raw materials that you will have to work with will be provided by us and consist of special qualities such as Prehistoric Bog Oak, Antler, Rams Horn, Long Horn, Bone, Lime stone and Chalk.  

Will Lord will be accompanied by finely skilled artist/carver Scott Knight who has an amazing range of skills that this course and its attendants will benefit from greatly, please take a moment to view his work with the link below. 

This is viewed by us to be a special event for not only ourselves, but our clients also, Therefore you will be invited to camp on location that is our home and business premises where you can enjoy sitting around the fire under our roundhouse where you can cook and share the experience together.

On the evening of Saturday we will be cooking juicy venison around the fire and serve this with a hearty vegetable stew.

Attendants may arrive from 4.00pm on Friday 28th to set up tents and settle in. 

To join us on this event please press HERE