Prices

PricesPrices include a workshop for up to 40 people, initial consultation (including any face-to-face meetings), all resources, activity plans and risk assessments within a twenty mile radius of Buxton, Derbyshire, including the whole of the Peak District National Park.  After this distance, I will charge 45p per mile travelled.

Below are examples. I am flexible, and after talking with you, I will provide a workshop that is tailor-made to you and your circumstances.

Discounts are available, and I am willing to negotiate prices for groups with numbers lower than 20.  Please contact me to discuss your requirements.

1 hour workshops – £85
E.g. Introduction to Archaeology

A workshop jam-packed with activities, to introduce your group to archaeological concepts, processes and artefacts.

2 hour workshops – £160
E.g. Archaeology is Rubbish

A workshop that focuses on archaeological concepts and processes such as material culture, stratigraphy, chronology, excavation and finds analysis.  Lots of opportunity to use the tools of the trade and handle genuine artefacts ranging from the Neolithic to the 20th century.

3 hour workshops – £225
E.g. Reconstructing Archaeology
A workshop that introduces archaeological concepts, processes and artefacts, includes a mini mock-excavation and, after analysing the evidence, allows time for making objects such as Bronze Age beakers, Food Vessels, Prehistoric spears and arrows, Roman mortaria and Samian Ware.

4 hour workshops – £280
E.g. The Trojan War

A workshop that covers the majority of the day enabling your group to understand archaeological concepts and processes, then excavate and interpret remains of Late Bronze Age Greece and Troy.

5 hour workshops – £325
E.g. Archaeology on your Doorstep
A walking field trip in your local area.  Hands-on activities along the way and lots to get young minds thinking.  Bring along a packed lunch and have a day out.  A real journey of discovery.

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