Woodland Ways Director and Chief Instructor Jason Ingamells glances back at 2016 but looks firmly forward to 2017.
Due to the continued success of the Woodland Ways family we are looking to recruit the following office based staff at The World Of Bushcraft Centre:
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Saturday 18th November 2012 saw the publication of yet another article in the National Press featuring Jason Ingamells and Woodland Ways Bushcraft Course, this time in The Daily Star.
As you will be aware there is a terrible disease spreading through the country resulting in Ash Die Back as a result of the fungus Chalara fraxinea,and it is being seen as the biggest threat to our trees since Dutch Elm disease devasted our countryside in the 70’s.
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Once again the woodland ways bushcraft courses hit the national press as our woodland ways weekend is reviewed by an intrepid reporter from the Daily Mail.
In early 2012 the woodland ways team took a small group of caring individuals out to the Rift Valley on the Massai expedition, here the team lived
This week once again the woodland ways surival weekend appears in the press, this time in TNT magazine
Here is a recent newspaper interview with Sandra Higgins who joined us on our Massai expedition in February 2012. (Opens in PDF) My Abbots July 12 Why not join us for this not for profit experience in 2013 click here for more details.