“What an amazing time we had! Firstly we had our very own guide of the site and activities… We all enjoyed having a go at making small pots with clay… and saw demonstrations of metalworking. We looked at animal and human bones, had fun sealing an experimental Q-Pit with mud and making our own charcoal, and enjoyed the medieval music and singing . We were given a piece of iron ore from the experimental forge and we’ll use it in our next visit to Wincobank Hill Fort in June”

Young Archaeologists’ Club leader (Ages 10-16) Woodland Heritage Festival, May 2015

“A big thank you for your talk today. The children were totally engaged and really enjoyed your hands on approach. The maps and time line activities were age appropriate and I can’t thank you enough for giving the children the opportunity to handle artefacts. We hope you can come and give another presentation with next year’s students! Once again it was great to meet you and THANKYOU once again for everything.”

Primary School teacher, Mexborough (Year 4 Class) Archaeology in the City volunteer visit to the classroom, June 2015

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