Category Archives: Ray Mears

UK 2017 UK Course Dates are Now Available to Book

Our UK course dates for 2017 are now available to book on the website. In addition to our usual selection of courses based in East Sussex and Scotland we have an exciting new Cooking course added to the calendar for this year.  We have also extended the reach of the Fundamental Bushcraft course to Gloucestershire with the Fundamental Severnside course. Book soon to avoid disappointment.

2017 UK Courses

2017 UK Courses

Ray will be leading a total of six Walk in the Woods and Carving Master Class days with Woodlore this year.  We would advise you to book your place to join us soon as these sell out very quickly.

A Walk in the Woods with Ray Mears

A Walk in the Woods with Ray Mears

 

Out on the Land – Ray Mears and Lars Falt

Ray Mears and Lars Falt have worked together for more than 20 years teaching bushcraft skills in the Northern Forest.  After many years in the making, this fascinating book has now been written and has been released today.

Out on the Land by Ray Mears and Lars Falt

Out on the Land by Ray Mears and Lars Falt

We are delighted to be stocking ‘Out on the Land’ by Ray and Lars and all books ordered directly from Woodlore will be signed by Ray. Order your copy today.

 

Ray Mears Wild France – Episode 6 – Brittany

Wild France with Ray Mears - Episode 6

Wild France with Ray Mears – Episode 6

The final episode of Wild France was broadcast at 8:00PM on Monday 15th August on ITV1. If you missed it, you can now watch it online via the ITV Player for a limited period of time by clicking on the image above.

Ray visits the rugged West Coast of Brittany. He heads out by boat to discover the nearby islands. On his journey he gets up close to bottlenose dolphins when they come swimming up to his boat.

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Wild France with Ray Mears – Episode 5 – Provence

Wild France with Ray Mears - Episode 5

Wild France with Ray Mears – Episode 5

Episode five of Wild France was broadcast at 8:00PM on Monday 8th August on ITV1.  If you missed it, you can now watch it online via the ITV Player for a limited period of time by clicking on the image above.

The hills of Provence in Southern France are loved for their ancient olive groves and lavender fields. But this is also where a very special scrub-land known as the Maquis or the Garrigue is found. On the limestone outcrops, prickly juniper, scattered pines and dry-habitat aromatic herbs such as lavender, sage and thyme carpet the hillsides.

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Wild France with Ray Mears – Episode 4 – ‘The Cevennes’

Ray Mears' Wild France Episode 4

Ray Mears’ Wild France Episode 4

Episode four of Wild France was broadcast at 8:00PM on Monday 1st August on ITV1. If you missed it, you can now watch it online via the ITV Player for a limited period of time by clicking on the image above.

Ray visits The Cevennes National Park, one of the most uninhabited regions in France. He travels deep into the Chestnut forest to meet Laurent, a local farmer whose family have grown chestnut trees for generations. He sets up a campfire to cook some chestnuts to make a chestnut soup.

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Wild France with Ray Mears – Episode 3 – ‘The Camargue’

Wild France with Ray Mears - Episode 3

Wild France with Ray Mears – Episode 3

The third episode of Wild France was broadcast at 8:00PM on Monday 25th July on ITV1. If you missed it, you can now watch it online via the ITV Player for a limited period of time by clicking on the image above.

The Camargue is a vast wetland which includes ancient salt pans, huge expanses of river delta, inland salt-water lakes, and reed beds.

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