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Exploring Iron Age Lives Through Everyday Objects
August 24 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
What can I expect? Why should I come along?
Attend one of these drop-in sessions where you will have the opportunity to handle real and replica Iron Age objects, similar to those found at Danebury Hillfort.
There will be chance to discuss and reflect upon the meaning and importance of these objects and for children to get creative through asking/ answering questions, drawing their favourite object, and using the ‘Pre-history Detectives’ trail to explore some of the museum displays more closely.
Who is this aimed at?
These sessions are suitable for anyone who would like to add a more ‘hands on approach to their museum experience, regardless of age.
But this is ideally suited to families with children aged 6-12 years of age.
*Please note children should be accompanied by an adult at all times. Thank you.
Who is running this?
- Dan- a postgraduate student of Cultural Heritage and Resource Management at the University of Winchester.
These sessions are run as part of the student’s dissertation. You will be asked if you’d like to provide feedback at the session, but you are not obliged to fill the feedback form in if you do not wish to.
*Any feedback is anonymous and will not be used other than for the dissertation.
When is this?
Wednesday 24th August
Drop-in sessions at 12:30pm, 1:30pm, & 2:30pm
*But feel free to pop in anytime throughout the afternoon.