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Aquaforno Outdoor Cooking Stoves

Aquaforno Outdoor Cooking Stoves

Aquaforno Outdoor Cookers The ultimate in camping cooking systems? The rise of glamping and ‘posh camping’ has led to a rise in standards of campsite cookery. A lukewarm Pot Noodle and a bit of malt loaf will no longer do – elaborate meals, fresh handmade pizzas, smoked

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Moments – Bow Drill Demonstration

Moments – Bow Drill Demonstration

A Bow Drill Demonstration Instructor Kevin goes through an honest demonstration of lighting a fire with a bow drill set (note the thick smoke and flames just visible in the last few frames) towards the end of a Woodcrafter course. Getting a valid ember (and eventually flame)

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Moments – Breakfast in Camp

Moments – Breakfast in Camp

Breakfast in camp A morning timelapse in a bushcraft camp The morning after the first night in any camp is always interesting. If you’re up early it’s fun to watch people arrive at the communal fire area and go through the same conversations: “how did you sleep?”

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Flint and Steel Firelighting Kit 4.2.2 Review

Flint and Steel Firelighting Kit 4.2.2 Review

Flint and Steel Kit 4.2.2 Review Traditional firelighting kit in leather case Traditional firelighting techniques should be familiar to anybody interested in the development of our species and forms part of our cultural heritage. A small kit containing a piece of carbon steel, a flint or other

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Bushcraft Basics Course Report, May 2015

Bushcraft Basics Course Report, May 2015

Bushcraft Basics Course Report, May 2015 We tend to work quite often same areas, and know them all very well indeed. However, given the nature of, well, nature itself, the familiar paths and trails we come to take for granted can all of a sudden change or

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Woodcrafter Weekend Bushcraft Course Report, March 2015

Woodcrafter Weekend Bushcraft Course Report, March 2015

For the last weekend in March we welcomed seven bushcrafters into our private 90-acre woodland near Ruthin, Denbighshire for a two-day bushcraft and wilderness skills course. This is the course that follows on from our Bushcraft Basics course but is suitable for complete novices also. We began with

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Wild Camping – Why I am not signing the petition (yet)…

Wild Camping – Why I am not signing the petition (yet)…

Wild Camping Petition – Why I am not signing (yet)… This petition has found itself in my various email and social media inboxes over the last few weeks. It isn’t a new idea – it is at least the second attempt I have seen to lobby parliament

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A weekend with Celtic Britain

A weekend with Celtic Britain

A weekend with Celtic Britain Last weekend we had the pleasure of hosting a private booking of our Woodcrafter Course at our ‘forest’ site near Clawdd Newydd. The students were all part of Celtic Britain, a living history/re-enactment group from The Netherlands. Their chosen period and area

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Kelloggs Bushcraft Day

Kelloggs Bushcraft Day

Kelloggs One-Day Bushcraft Course A few members of staff from the Kelloggs factory in Wrexham joined us for a one-day bushcraft course earlier this week. We covered the basics of bushcraft skills such as firelighting, finding safe drinking water, building shelters and a few other essential skills

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Spring foraging course in North Wales

Spring foraging course in North Wales

Our foraging courses have become well-known across North Wales in the last couple of years. They sprang from requests for extra foraging sessions as part of our bushcraft courses, and lasty year we ran a foraging and wild foods course every month from April-November. The first foraging

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