Be an Iron Age villager for a day at Blackbury Camp

09:36 09 April 2012

Hill-fort event for the whole family.

Find out how the Iron Age people who built hill-fort Blackbury Camp lived a special event at the beauty spot on Friday (April 13).

There will be chances for visitors to make pottery and flour, cook on an open fire, turn wood and dress like a true Iron Age villager - all thanks to the local Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty team.

The event, from 10am to 4pm, promises to be a fun, hands-on way for the whole family to discover the world of the people who built Blackbury Camp.

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