Walk with a Stone Age Woman (walk ref 56)

Saturday 5 October 2pm

Join archaeologist and prehistoric interpreter Kim Biddulph, dressed as a Stone Age woman, on a leisurely 1 mile walk around the Marsh Farm area, taking in ‘Wauluds Bank’ the site of a prehistoric camp that dates back as far as 3000BC. We will follow a wooded stretch of the River Lea with its clear chalk waters. Discover what the landscape was like when Stone Age people roamed this area, and how local people have lived and travelled since the last Ice Age. Try out some replica Stone Age tools and snacks that our ancestors might have eaten.

Route Details

1 mile
2.5 hours
Easy (pretty flat, good paths)


Free of charge

Meeting arrangements

Meet outside Marsh Farm Community Centre, Bramingham Road, near Luton. LU3 2SR There is a limited amount of free car parking next to Marsh Farm community centre and additional car parking at Leagrave Railway Station which is a 5 minute walk away.

Walk Leader

Chilterns Conservation Board

Public Transport Links

Leagrave Station is served by the Thameslink line, with regular trains from London St Pancras. There are regular buses from Luton town centre to Marsh Road close to Marsh Farm Community Centre

Family Friendly

ideal for ages 6-12 though all ages welcome


The walk is on unsurfaced paths, which can be muddy in places. The walk is gentle and there are no stiles.

Further Information

There is a toilet at the Marsh Farm Community Centre

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Our Sponsors


This project has been part funded by the The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development through the Chilterns LEADER programme. The grant received through this programme has helped make these festivals happen. 


Complete Outdoors are our primary sponsors for 2018 & 2019. At their Bourne End (Herts) shop, you will discover all of the equipment, clothing and accessories you need to launch your next expedition into the great outdoors - whether a day's hike close to home, or an assault on the Matterhorn.


A family owned and run Henley brewer and award-winning pub company which has been at the heart of British life for over 200 years. Many of the company's 132 pubs are located in picturesque rural and town centre settings across The Chilterns.


A membership organisation dedicated to conserving, celebrating and caring for all of the Chilterns’ unique landscape.





Could this be you? We are seeking additional sponsors to enable the festival to continue going from strength to strength - get in touch with AWeiss@chilternsaonb.org if you'd like to know more!