Basic Bushcraft

Bushcraft course for complete beginners that takes place in our woodland shelter in the wildlife garden at Hollybush. The main aims are to teach the basic skills of bushcraft while improving teamwork skills and boosting confidence. You will learn how to light a smokeless fire, put up a tarpaulin, the seven most useful knots, identify the most common UK tree species and make bannock bread. This is ideal for those wanting to get outside, be creative with natural materials and work enjoyably with other people. Upon completing this course, you can receive information and guidance as to where to progress and develop the skills and knowledge gained during this introduction. This course will be taught on site at TCV, Hollybush in a Covid-secure environment. You will be given further details about our measures to keep everyone safe and what you will need to do to comply with these as part of the enrolment process and once you are with us on site. We look forward to welcoming you onto our course.

This course starts on Wed, Jul 07, 2021 and ends on Wed, Jul 21 2021
The start time is 10:00 AM and the finish time is 04:00 PM (6 hours)

At: Hollybush Conservation Centre
Broad Lane

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This course is provided by Conservation Volunteers
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Who is it for?

Adults aged 19+.
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