A great introduction to bushcraft survival skills and techniques
A great day grasping the basics of Bushcraft from one of the most established schools in the UK.
During the day you’ll get to:
- Learn how to build an effective weatherproof shelter from woodland materials you gather
- Learn efficient fire lighting techniques, including successful friction lighting
- Make string from natural materials
- Explore different tracking techniques
- Sample some tasty wild food
One person £90
Two people £160
The Introduction to Bushcraft Day takes place at Springwood, Ashby Road, Melbourne, Derbyshire DE73 8BJ
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Dates and times
1 August 2020
What to bring
Bring a packed lunch and enthusiasm
Where sensible outdoors clothes and footwear
About the instructor
Dave Watson has devoted his life to using his bushcraft skills to help develop, train or mentor people from all walks of life. He spent ten years working for outdoor activity centres, before setting up Woodland Survival Crafts in 1995.
Dave’s passion for ancient survival skills, or ‘bushcraft’ as it has become known, stems from his teenage years when he spent much of his time wandering around Britain in semi-wild places trying to live off the land. His passion is infectious and his knowledge is endless.
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