London

Kim Biddulph
Mesolithic to Iron Age workshops in schools

I run Hunter-gatherer to Farmer, Bronze Age Religion and Iron Age Culture workshops in schools.

Schools Prehistory and Archaeology
Paul Wilding

Prehistoric Flint Tools, made, handling, demos and teaching.

Prehistorics
Sarah Doherty

Pottery, Egyptology

http://www.cf.ac.uk/
Cardiff University
Anastasia Tsaliki-Taylor

Transition to the Neolithic, human remains

Funerary and Biological Archaeology
Stacy Hackner

Egyptology, human remains

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/
University College London
James Dilley
Expert in prehistoric technology and archaeology. One of the UK’s most well known providers in prehistoric living history, accurate artefact replicas, consultation to museums, TV and media.

Ancient Craft, setup and run by James Dilley is dedicated to the archaeology of primitive crafts and technologies that encompass three prehistoric ages: STONE; BRONZE and IRON. This includes working with natural materials like flint, wood, bone, leather, ceramics, metals, fibres and wools. My outreach objective is to encourage people of all ages to learn about long-lost crafts by bringing back to life our ancestors skills and knowledge from the primitive past.
A PhD student at the University of Southampton, James is a craftsman and re-enactor who specialises in all prehistoric technologies. Working with museums (British Museum, Stonehenge, Pitt Rivers museum), heritage centres and media (Time Team; Coast; National Geographic; The Great British Countryside), publishers (Dorling Kindersley, New Scientist), photographers, schools and geologists in research and experimental archaeology.

Ancient Craft
Alan Slade

Prehistoric stone tools, handling workshops

Vanessa Bunton

Workshops on prehistory, Vikings and the Maya

Kezia Evans

Object handling sessions and test-pit digging in schools

http://digventures.com/
DigVentures
Spencer Carter

Lithics, prehistoric technology, Mesolithic archaeology and techniques (teaching collection, activities)

http://timevista.co.uk/
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TimeVista Archaeology