Family bushcrafts sleepout
Set up a tarp shelter, light a fire, cook a meal
and sleep out in the wild woods
learn how to set up a tarpaulin shelter to sleep out overnight
the wild woods. Then
you'll practice the art of firelighting and set it up for cooking
your evening meal over your fire. You'll also learn some
important things about setting up camp in the wild.
You’ll learn how to
use a knife and other
cutting tools safely. Sitting round
the fire you can have a go at a few different bushcraft skills such
as making nettle string or toasting forks.
Duration: 15.00 to 09.00
Cost: £60 per family group (2
to 4 people, children 8 to 16 years) (£30 per additional
adult, £15 per additional child).
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place availability: tel. 01388 529154 or email email@example.com
then fill in and return the booking form (by
email or post) and make your payment by cheque or click on
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information: Maximum of two children per
leader is qualified through the Institute for
to teach bushcrafts to groups and has been involved in bushcrafts and
teaching woodland skills for over 30 years. All our leaders are DBS