Learn the art of Flintknapping, Sunday 29 April at Testwood lakes, Totton
This was so popular last year that we have invited back KarlLee, one of the few professional flint knappers in Britain. An extraordinary workshop where you can learn how our ancestors created and used their tools to survive. Students are welcome to keep all of the tools that they make during the workshop which (depending on level of experience) will include arrowheads, spearheads, hand-axes, scrapers. You will take home at least one replica of a prehistoric tool that you have made - guaranteed! 10am -4pm. Cost £50.
Many other courses available to learn bushcraft skills, wildflower identification and to learn about our invertebrates
Lifelong Learning Officer, Hants and IoW Wildlife Trust