My guest on this podcast is a real character, someone who has forged his own path and is dedicated to his craft.
He’s also passionate about sharing knowledge, particularly with young people and has a special ability to bring imagined scenes from the dim-and-distant past to life in a vivid and captivating fashion.
Will Lord grew up on the land that holds Grimes Graves, a prehistoric flint mine in Norfolk, in the east of the UK. Will’s parents were custodians of the land, which is an English Heritage site.
During his formative years, Will was surrounded by flint-knapping and experimental archaeology, centred on digs and findings at Grimes Graves.
Flint-knapping, bow-making, hide-tanning and other stone age skills have continued to fascinate Will to this day. Will shares his passion in person through courses, school visits and displays at events such as the UK’s Bushcraft Show. He also actively shares knowledge through his Facebook, Instagram and YouTube platforms.
Our conversation forms Episode 31 of the Paul Kirtley Podcast…, which you can listen to via the player below…
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