Wednesday 25 October
11am-12.00pm & 2pm-3.00pm
In the deep time of prehistory early men crawled down into the darkest caves and used light from primitive candles to paint pictures of themselves and the animals they hunted.
They left behind a vivid record of their way of life and some clues of what they believed in. Discover how and why these paintings were created.
Then by flickering light try to create your own cave paintings.
Cost £5 per child. Two identical sessions will be run, please book to reserve your place; maximum 15 children.
Contact: David Brooks, Bourne Hall Museum, Spring Street, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 1UF. Tel 020 8394 1734.