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Brickendon Lane - Brickendon
Hertford - Hertfordshire
Celtic Harmony is an award-winning charity providing a program of Prehistory Residential trips and Day trips covering Stone, Bronze and Iron Age Britain for schools and the local community, to promote a more sustainable way of life in harmony with the natural world.
From weaving on looms, making beaker pottery to flint knapping demonstrations, we cover a full range of activities in our themed Prehistory days catering for local primary schools.
This will not be open to the public but is a celebration of what we do here as a charity.
On Monday 17th June, we will be running an Iron Age INSET day for adults with workshops and an interactive talk by Keith Fitzpatrick-Matthews, local archaeologist, with more info being found at celticharmony.org/inset-days
Friday 14 June de 00 à 23:59
Chalton Ln, Chalton
Butser Ancient Farm is not just a great Hampshire day out – we are also one of the most interesting archaeological sites in the UK, a real working farm that we use as an open-air research laboratory to explore the ancient world.
If you’re looking for a unique family day out in Hampshire, hands-on activities for children, a beautiful landscape, archaeological research, marvellous animals and fascinating architecture, Butser is the place for you!
Here you can travel back to Ancient Britain and experience it with all your senses: touching, seeing and hearing, smelling wood smoke and perhaps even tasting bread cooked over a crackling fire. You will gain a real sense of the past, from the Stone Age through to the Iron Age and Romans, and finishing with the Anglo-Saxons. Discover what they ate, how they survived and where they slept. Was life a constant struggle or was there time to have fun too?
Saturday 15 June
de 10h00 à 17h00
Nestled within the rolling South Downs National Park, discover ongoing reconstructions of ancient homes from the Stone Age, Iron Age, Romano British and Anglo Saxon periods alongside rare breed animals and crops.
Sunday 16 June de 10:00 à 16:00
Children, Family, Adults, General publicAccessibility
Mobility issues / wheelchair, Visual disability, Hearing disability, Mental disability
disabled access possible across the site