I was doing some artefact handling with some gorgeous Bronze-age replicas ...
as well as helping the visiting children to express their artistic talents painting a 'death mask' with ochre paints (this is because there was a wooden object found over the teeth in the North Grave at Cairnpapple).
I was also working with John Wells and Jim Knowles from West Lothian Archaeology Group - John does kite photography and is keen to share his work with others: http://www.armadale.org.uk/archaeologyintro.htm
On site showcasing his wares was Graham Taylor - a potter who makes replica vessels from all time periods. He has shown me before how to make the designs used in Bronze Age pottery decoration - http://www.pottedhistory.co.uk/ I will be working with him later this year at the Festival of Prehistory in Arran.
Lastly I met a lovely lady called Jan Hendry - who does wool dying, spinning and weaving. Her little cardboard looms are much better than the ones I've tried to make before!