Reviews of Woodlore’s Introduction to Bushcraft course 2011

The end of June saw the final Introduction to Bushcraft course take place for 2011; we can’t believe just how quickly the year is disappearing!

The morning view on the Introduction to Bushcraft course

A morning view on the Introduction to Bushcraft course, by Bryce Groves

We’ve had a fantastic run of Introduction to Bushcraft courses this year, commencing over the warm and sunny Easter weekend in April.  This season our courses were led by Keith Whitehead, Nick Thompson and Dan Hume, and we have received some very enthusiastic feedback from the clients who attended:

“Thank you all for a fantastic experience over the all-too-short 3 days. Dan and Kevin were brilliant, patient, meticulous, inspirational instructors and they were great fun too. It was reassurring to have the staff team including Mark and Ross ever present; their discrete support and hearty encouragement made me feel much more brave and open to possibilities than I naturally might have been. I was so impressed with how effortlessly (seemingly) I was taught so much at pace in such a short time; while still feeling like the whole event was my own experience. I was concerned about how I would cope on the introductory course but now focused on getting myself on the Fundamental Bushcraft asap! Thanks once again for a truly inspiring and empowering experience.” – Shelley Mathias

“I attended the Introduction to Bushcraft this week and I am writing to say that even at the grand old age of 65 I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and have learnt many new skills. I was most impressed by the inspired team leadership, headed by Nick, whose enthusiasm was passed onto his team of Callum, Susie and Iain. I felt most welcome and Nick and his team to be very knowledgeable. Nick especially was so patient with us and took us through each and every task in a thoroughly professional way. I was most amused to realise that the course site was just over 2 kilometres from my home, and I had regularly walked the area in the past. I was not tempted to nip home as I wanted to absorb everything I could. I shall now start saving the pennies for the Fundamental Bushcraft course.” – Albert Kemp

Read further reviews and information for the Introduction to Bushcraft course here

Places are now available on our Introduction to Bushcraft courses for 2012, so please book early to avoid disappointment.

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