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 fire cooking, Shelter building, necklace making, Foraging, natural navigation & making their own very scary ghost stories, to mention a few……

sch1Great start to 100 young adults bushcraft experience.

sch 2Story time of the ghostly variety.

We also attended Going Wild at the Forest of Marston Vale where people of all ages tried their hand at canoeing, and a host of bushcraft activities including friction fire, shelter building, and bush tucker trial. Many took the opportunity to listen to talks by Jason & other experts.

gwJoe demonstrates friction fire

gw 2Shelter building Fun.

Kev in the meantime hosted a children’s party in our Oxford woods & Adam instructed on our Wednesday workshop understanding axes.

18th – 20th September

Kev, Adam, Richard & Nicola instructed on a Woodland Ways Bushcraft Weekend in our Oxfordshire woodland, Danny & Joe headed up to the Woodland Festival in the Warwickshire Country Park & Kev focuses on Bushcraft Fundamentals Course on the Saturday.

danny joeDanny & Joe at the Woodland Festival

23rd – 27th September

Adam Headed up to our Leicestershire woods to instruct on the IOL Foundation Bushcraft Competency Training course. Jason & Brian were in our Oxford woods delivering the Tracking Weekend Course, Kev  delivered the Hide and Leather Work Weekend for the second year Woodland Wayer’s in Oxfordshire woods, as Joe guided the first year Woodland Wayer’s with an Autumn Forage. Ian and Lawrence were in the Belvoir estate instructing on Woodland Ways Bushcraft Weekend.

Once again thank you for taking the time to see what we have all been up to. We look forward to updating you with more goings on in a couple of weeks.