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MEET THE TRIBE

Our team are picked for their love of prehistory and passion for the outdoors.

All of our tribe members have Full DBS checks and experience working with children. 

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Memma Head Cavewoman

Memma has been interested in Prehistory from a very young age when a chance find of a fossil at age 5 led to a wider love of natural history, and human history.

A consummate outdoors person, Memma has worked in the Bushcraft industry for 13 years, Primarily for TV survivalist Ray Mears' company Woodlore ltd. Running courses and teaching outdoor skills.

Always diving into new skills Memma has a particular interest in plants and their many uses, fibre work, basketry, and the making of tools and equipment from Bone, Antler and Flint.


 

Twig

Twig joined the team in 2019, A recent convert to bushcraft, he has thrown himself into Ancient skills, starting by making himself the vital equipment and clothing of a caveman, and starting the long journey to become a proficient flintknapper
 

Scuff

Scruff is our newest member of the team. A keen adventurer and traveler with a newfound passion for ancient crafts and skills. Scruff has years of experience working  with children which she puts to excellent use during our school experiences.

Wood (aka Will)

Will is the founder of Prehistoric Experiences. A renowned flintknapper and Ancient Technologist he has decided to step back from School visits as a rule but is still part of the tribe. If your child has developed an interest in prehistoric skills, Will runs a  number of courses which might be of interest.

 

Check out Will-lord.co.uk

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Our School Experiences

Outdoor experience
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Stone Age Extravaganza School Workshop
 

Stone Age on a Budget Workshop

Stone Age In Your Classroom Workshop
 

Archaeology and Facial Reconstruction
 

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