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We are delighted to announce a new tour throughout the UK to take place in 2022 (postponed from 2021), entitled ‘We Are Nature’.
We find ourselves living through a challenging time, to say the very least. Like you, we have been listening to the sad news reports of Coronavirus victims on a daily basis. Our thoughts go out to all those who have lost family members or who have loved ones currently fighting the illness in hospital or at home in self-isolation.
Our Woodlore courses due to take place in 2020 are now available to book on the website. We have many of the old favourites in the schedule including Fundamental Bushcraft, Traditional Living Skills, UK Woodland Navigation Family Bushcraft and Tracking.
In addition to some of the more regular courses we also have some new ones taking place this year including the Woodlore Bush Chef with Ray Mears and the Autumn Fungi Forager. The Emergency First Aider course is also back on the schedule after a short hiatus.
If you would like an insight into what happens in the Woodlore camp during our courses take a look at our video from the Introduction to Bushcraft course….
Woodlore Aspirant Instructor and Quartermaster David Southey recently enjoyed some well-earned downtime following his trip to Finland, assisting Ray on the Woodlore Winter Bushcraft in the Northen Forest Expedition and before the busy course season gets underway in April.
Ray has been interviewed by several newspapers, magazines and radio presenters over the past few months as we are celebrating Woodlore’s 35th Anniversary.
Our Woodlore courses due to take place in 2019 are now available to book on the website. In celebration of our 35th Anniversary, Ray has offered his time to lead some of his usual courses, alongside some of our classics, giving everyone the chance to learn a range of bushcraft skills directly from Ray.
The Woodlore team got the opportunity to hone some essential skills earlier this week as part of the field staff’s annual training. At the top of the list was a renewal of our essential 1st aid skills which will ensure that we are prepared for anything that the season can throw at us and more importantly, be better informed and able to prevent situations reaching the point where intervention is required.
Did you miss the opportunity to see Ray in October or November last year? Well, we are delighted to announce that Ray has added an extra date to his recent ‘Born to Go Wild’ tour for Saturday 17th Feb in Bedford at the Bedford Corn Exchange.
Tickets are selling well, so don’t leave it too long if you would like to watch this show.
As always Ray will be delighting audiences as he looks behind the scenes at the making of his latest TV show Australian Wilderness, giving his survival tips and lighting fires on stage! Ray will also be signing books after the show so a great opportunity to meet the man himself.
Tickets are £25 per adult and child tickets are £17.50 and can be purchased online here: https://goo.gl/bjdMxu