- Bushcraft Tools and Gadgets
- Lee Valley Almost Wild Campsite, Broxbourne
- New Nazeing Road
- Saturday, 22 September 2018 to Sunday, 23 September 2018
- 09:00 - 16:00
- adult £100, children 12-16 £60
Bushcraft Tools and Gadgets
A great weekend for all excision bushcraft and survival enthusiasts or those looking to up their skill levels.
Join us for an entire weekend dedicated to the common tools associated with Bushcraft and Survival where our specialist instructors will teach you how to choose a suitable knife, how to maintain it and keep it razor sharp; what different styles of knife are available and what their uses are.
We will also look at a variety of saws, axes and carving tools. Learn how to safely chop, cut, fell and split wood for your fire, how to make feather sticks to aid your fire lighting skills and how to carve some basic utensils and make some useful gizmos such as an adjustable pot hanger for the fire.
If you have your own tools feel free to bring them along but everything needed will be provided and this is an ideal course to learn about what tools suit you best for your interest in the great outdoors.
You will need to provide all of your own food for the two days. We will provide tea, coffee, water and biscuits
If you have a disability and would still like to take part, please ring in advance to discuss requirement
Please bring your own camping gear, including a tent and wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear
This two day, overnight course is aimed at people over the age of 12
There is only 16 spaces available on this course so make sure you book now
There is parking available onsite but this is limited so please arrive early
By train: the nearest train station is Broxbourne (5 minute walk) on the London Liverpool Street line.
By bus: routes 310, 311, C3
By car: For sat navs please use: EN10 6TD
From the A10 take the Broxbourne exit. At the roundabout take the first exit sign posted Broxbourne. Follow this road over all the mini roundabouts until you reach the T junction traffic lights in Broxbourne. At these lights turn right. Follow this road, passing the train station on the left and Broxbourne Riverside on your right. Just past the entrance to Broxbourne Riverside you’ll find the entrance to the campsite in the wooded tree line on the left. When arriving at the site with your car please park in the car park that is a short walk away from the main camping area.