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.
Iron Age Farmer Day
Celtic Harmony runs hands-on experiences to teach primary school children about Prehistory. On this Farmer Day, we will be exploring how to grind grain on quern stones, how to weave yarn on warp-weighted looms and how to use herbs for cooking, medicine and dyes.
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
01438 718 543