RECONSTRUCTION AND INTERPRETATION
ESAMP has a wealth of experience in the area of archaeological interpretation. This has involved the reconstruction of buildings, the design of interactive museum displays and the replication of a wide range of ancient crafts and technologies.
ESAMP runs a range of educational and interpretative events for the general public, schools and universities. These include the May Day Iron Age Festival held annually at Michelham Priory, Tudor Craft days held for the public at the Anne of Cleves House Museum and the historic woodworking component of the Bentley Wildfowl and Motor Museum's Woodfair. This three day event covers all aspects of woodworking and woodland management.
ESAMP works with a large number of schools each year helping local children to explore what life might have been like in Prehistoric, Roman and Saxon Sussex. Courses on archaeology topics are also run for the Centre for Community Engagement at the University of Sussex.
are always interested to discuss ideas for new events with organisations who may
wish to work with us.