Spring Archaeology Club
Christmas Special Archaeology Club
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Join our Heritage Lincolnshire Young Archaeologists Club

 Spring Term 2023 bookings are open now!

We will be bringing Cogglesford Mill in Sleaford to Lincoln for our Spring term, using their brand-new activities to explore the archaeology of the mill and food production.  We will explore artefacts and even have a go at grinding our own flour!

Dates are as follows for our 2023 Autumn term:

Saturday 7th January

Saturday 4th February

Saturday 4th March

10am-12pm at St Peter at Gowts Church Hall

Book Your Place for the Christmas Special!

Professional archaeologist Lydia Hendry will lead a hands-on session where you can try your hand at different stone age crafts! Featuring soap knapping, artefact handling, rock art, weaving and more!

A one-off special event before Christmas for young archaeologists to explore the Stone Age:

Saturday 3rd December 2022

10am-12pm at St Peter at Gowts Church Hall

The group is being run by Heritage Lincolnshire, with DBS checked volunteers.  A copy of our risk assessment and safeguarding policy can be seen on request.  This is a ‘drop off’ club, and as such strict adult to child ratios will be maintained.  Attendance to the club can only be confirmed by filling in the membership and covid agreement forms and paying the term fee on our website.  You will then receive a confirmation email.

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Is your child interested in joining our club next term? Are they ready to get hands on with archaeology? Just complete our interest form and we'll keep you up to date with details of what's on offer next term and how to get signed up. Leave your name and contact details and we'll stay in touch.
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We had a great time at our first Summer Term Archaeology Cub on Saturday 30th April 2022.

We worked with LAG and Jane Young to explore ceramics. The members were introduced to and got to handle lots of different types of pottery, including several types of 'puzzle' or trick jugs. They then decorated their own plant pots, broke them (with appropriate PPE of course!) and practiced reconstruction by putting them back together again.
Looks like they had a great time!