Ice Age Insights is a new charity that promotes the investigation of Palaeolithic archaeology and
geology in the East Midlands. (Registered charity number 1169575)

Our Ice Age Partnership is a collaborative project working on Late Upper Palaeolithic sites at Farndon Fields, 
Bradgate Park and Creswell Crags that will extend our understanding of early cultures living in what is now present day England soon after the last Ice Age.

Spear thrower

Palaeolithic spear thrower experiment. 
 In use by Homo sapiens since the Upper Palaeolithic (around 30,000 years ago)
Red deer are the largest British land mammal.  They are descended from the stags and hinds that crossed from Europe after the Ice Age

A stag at Bradgate Park, Leicestershire. Red deer are the largest British land mammal, descended from the stags and hinds that crossed from Europe after the Ice Age, humans hunted them here 14,000 years ago.