Visit the Chilterns

Many thanks to Visit the Chilterns for joining me in the woods, it’s wonderful to be able to share my love of the woodlands, teaching Bushcraft and enjoying nature at her finest here in the Chilterns.

This lovely short film was created by Nicola Schafer, she along with Annette Venters, from the Chilterns Conservation Board, visited me in my favourite place of work, a Chilterns woodland!

The Chilterns is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), with rolling hills, chalk streams and of course, beautiful woodlands, and so much more. David was invited to take part in their “meet the makers” project, all part of their grand plan to attract you to the Chilterns!

For those of you who have yet to visit, The Chilterns is to the North West of London, just a short train ride or car journey, and you are in lovely countryside, with historic places to visit and wonderful things to do!

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Bushcrafty weekend at the Bushmoot

The Bushmoot runs for nearly two weeks, it’s a wonderful opportunity for individuals, friends and families with a common interest in all things Bushcrafty to gather, share and learn. There’s a huge number for workshops to attend, from camp craft, knife safety and shelter building through to coastal foraging, flint knapping and bow making!

The Bushmoot is located next to the amazing sand dunes at Merthyr Mawr, so a long walk or a swim in the sea are never far away. Best of all are the people who attend, you really couldn’t ask for a more friendly and chilled event. So keep an eye out for the Bushmoot 2017 dates and book some time off with your family, friends or just get along and make some new friends! Continue reading “Bushcrafty weekend at the Bushmoot”