|2nd July 2021|
|11am, 1pm and 3pm|
|£5 / Booking Essential|
|Event organiser/part of Edinburgh Science Festival|
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Ever wondered how to survive in the wilderness? In this workshop you will try your hand at some essential survival skills while testing your family’s ability to light fires and create tools to hunt and cook the elusive... marshmallow. You might even learn something about human evolution!
Please make sure you wear sensible closed-toed footwear. Ensure long hair can be tied up and loose items of clothing can be secured. This event will involved lighting fires and the use of knives; please ensure you are comfortable with the young people in your party taking part in these activities. Please advise the workshop leader if you have any dietary requirements or allergies. No more than three children per supervising adult.
This workshop can accommodate a maximum of four family groups or bubbles. Each group can have a maximum of four participants and must contain at least one adult. Booking for this event is essential.
Venue: Earth in Common, Leith Links, 4 John's Pl, Leith, Edinburgh EH6 7EL
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