Whats on offer: During the weekend,
We will teach you how to check the deer was in good health at its time of death. We then look at the butchery, locating the different cuts of meat. This will then be cooked in various ways such as earth ovens, spit roasting, Drying jerky etc. So that on Saturday evening we can feast upon this prize meat.
Learn the basic skills of flint knapping that will aid you to make a range of tools from the past that you will be able to apply to the other skills we are going to teach you.
Carol Hunt is doing an early morning wild food forage, Carol is one of the best wild food experts we have in the UK and it will be an very rewarding experience for anyone who joins her on the woodland walk,bringing back various vibrant foods for us to enjoy.
Covering ancient tanning techniques you will tann a section of deer skin to produce a bag / holder for the items you make over the weekend.
During this stage of the workshop we will look at slings, Atlatal, throwing sticks, arrows etc, what ever you make you keep.
Looking at bone tools such as harpoons fish hooks and needles pine pitch resin and sinew cordage.
All in all we want you to have a facinating and interesting weekend that leaves you with some lasting memories and treasures to take away. There are limited places so please book early to avoid disapointment.