Courses for June 2018

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    Teachers Woodland Introduction and Woodland Developers Course

    A one day course of CPD aimed at teachers/group leaders wanting to work with children outdoors. Covering bushcraft skills, firelighting, ideas and inspiration to deepen connection with Nature.

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    Bowl Carving

    Hand carve your own bowl or kneading trough from local greenwood. A busy day will be rewarded when your creation takes pride of place in your kitchen.

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    Family Bushcraft Camp (2 day)

    Two days of fun and memorable experiences. Learn effective fire-lighting and bushcraft skills, build and sleep in your own shelter, greenwood carving skills, campfire cooking (food incl.), nature walk and storytelling. Specifically aimed at families, all ages welcome.

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    Outdoor on the Shore

    ​Come and enjoy the wild shoreline atmosphere while creating beautiful things from natural materials. A family day with a mix of bushcraft and creativity…we’ll be whittling wood with knives, natural printmaking, fire lighting and cooking campfire treats. We will be ‘outdoor on the shore’ on a cobbled beach all day so come dressed for the weather with good strong shoes/boots.

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    Bench and Stool Making

    Make a rustic greenwood bench or simple stool using hand tools. Your bench or stool will be ready to take home and will look fantastic indoors or out.

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  • “Thank you so much for a great bench making day yesterday, it was a perfect birthday present. The Footprint is such a beautiful place and the green wood-working completely absorbing. Thank you for your patient instruction, even as the light faded as we went into extra time.”

    Bench Making participant

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