10th April, 2017 - 10:30 pm
What did people eat in the Iron Age? 2000 years ago you had to grow and make everything from scratch yourself. Come and take part in some culinary challenges that would have faced our ancestors – how to turn wheat into bread, how to turn milk into butter, and find out why people used hot stones to boil water. Try your hand at wheat grinding and sample some prehistoric ingredients! Are you up to the challenge?
Additionally, book onto one of these free workshops:
Bread and butter workshops at 10.30am and 2.15pm – aimed at age 5-10
Hot stone technology workshops at 11.30am and 3.15pm – aimed at age 8-12
Workshops are free to attend but have limited capacity, so be sure to book your spaces now – call us on 01494 957210 to book!
Donations are welcome.
This event is led by Kim Biddulph of Schools Prehistory and Archaeology and supported by Heritage Lottery Fund.