What have we been up to

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So what have we been up over the last couple of weeks here at Woodland Ways camp, read on to find out more…….. 12th-14th February Kev, who came back from the heat of the Maasai Mara went straight out on a Winter Skills Survival Weekend Course. Kev writes…… Winter skills shelter “Ro
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Here we are already half way into February and we have seen the winds picking up and temperatures dropping, but what have we been up to since our last update? Read on and find out……. 29th – 31st January Jason and Kev were still out in Kenya leading the group on the Maasai Warrior Exped
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The team have been busy both with work & a little play, no rest though as there is still plenty to do, read on……. 12th November Our instructors introduction to the boom Stick Jason treated the team to a morning’s clay pigeon shooting, which they all thoroughly enjoyed; some of our instruct
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  Hello & thank you for clicking to have a peep at what we have all been up to since the last newsletter, please read on…….. 30th October – 1st November Adam & Barry Hamick went up to Belvoir estate to run a Woodland Ways Bushcraft Weekend, Kev Popped over to Franklins
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Well after pretty much nonstop courses all through the year, course delivery eases up just a little for the team to get stuck into Marketing strategies, New overseas & UK course prospects, craft projects, Display preparation, blog scribing, material collection, Warehouse organizing, New product
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Out & About

We have been out & about, busy running courses, instructing in schools & attending & demonstrating at shows. The start of the month saw us burst into a hive of activity as we held a host of courses reaping nature’s autumnal bounty in our woodlands & turning it into an array of tan
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Out & About

10th – 17th September Well it was an amazing couple of days instructing with over a 100 teenagers in the Belvoir woodland. The young ladies & gentleman were a real credit to their school, they were really involving themselves in the bushcraft sessions they attended, from friction fire, camp fi
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