Catuvellauni is a British Iron-Age living history organisation whose purpose is to provide an understanding of British Iron-Age society through interpreting and reconstructing the material culture from archaeological and historical sources.
The Catuvellauni informs the public using living history displays and stories in which aspects and elements of British Iron-Age are described and explained in an entertaining manner. The Catuvellauni also offers guided talks and lectures of the Iron-Age.
The Catuvellauni has worked with English Heritage, Cadw, museums, heritage organizations, educational establishments and Guild of Tour Guides amongst others. In association with other living history societies Catuvellauni has participated in a number of documentaries for local television networks and educational videos.
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