The ability to light a fire in any conditions is
a central survival skill
is one of the oldest skills known to mankind. It
warms us, dries us, makes water safe to
drink, cooks our food and lifts morale:
- you’ll learn several
different ways to generate a flame without using matches including with
flint and steel
- you’ll find out about collecting, preparing and
using a wide range of tinders to get the flame going
- you’ll learn how to build the flame up into a
fire you can cook over
- you’ll learn ways of lighting fire in wet
- you’ll learn how to manage the fire from start
to finish to minimise impact on the surroundings
Prices from £21 each for a group of 10, £30
per person for
first two people, £15 per additional group member. Individual
one-to-one booking available at £60.
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day and time that suits you; tel. 01388 529154 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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email or post) and click on the button
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information: Minimum group size two; maximum 12.
Participants should be 16 or over.
leader is qualified through the Institute for
to teach bushcrafts to groups and has been involved in bushcrafts and
woodland skills for over thirty years. He is DBS cleared.
North Pennines - Harehope or Hamsterley Forest, Weardale,
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