Jewellery from the time of Stonehenge workshop - 2nd June 10-4pm
Learn how some of the most precious objects of the late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age were made. This workshop offers a rare opportunity to experience life as a prehistoric crafts person at the time of the first metal objects in Britain. Learn to shape tin beads and work gold using replica tools, and take home a necklace and gold sundisc or hair ornament like those found in burial assemblages around Stonehenge. Price includes sufficient jet and amber beads and 24ct gold for your projects to take home. This workshop is led by historical crafts people and heritage educators Sally Pointer and Gareth Risborough. Both are highly experienced and well-respected in the world of crafts from the past, they frequently run workshops and demonstrations at Stonehenge!
Accommodation is not included but if required it is available within the local area, some suggestions can be found on our 'local accommodation' page - please arrange this yourself. Refreshments are provided on their day but not lunches.
Toilet and classroom all easily accessible from the car park *Please bring a packed lunch*. Attendees must be over 16.