Wild history time exploring at the RSPB

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Become a Wild History Time Explorer at The RSPB in Sandy on Sunday, June 14 from 11am to 5pm.

The fun and informative family event, highlights the history and archaeology of The Lodge, and discover how ancient people shaped the natural world through their crafts.

The RSPB will be running a series of great activities and demonstrations which you can take part in and enjoy. Watch as a Bronze dagger is smelted, get mucky hands making pottery, paint some rock art and grind some grain just as the ancient bakers would have done.

There will be amazing artefacts and bones on display and a sand pit for the youngsters to delve in and search for hidden finds.

Hands on activities include weaving some natural fencing and making some real thatch, with thatching demonstrations using reed cut from our reserve at nearby RSPB Fowlmere.

Tickets cost £3 for adults and £1 for children with families able to get tickets for £5.