We have been working hard to return to ‘business as normal’ by creating and adhering to a CovidSAFE plan for our events and activities. However with Government guidance stating that group sizes can be no more than six people, we are unable to deliver our full programme of events at the moment. We are working closely with Forestry England and Lee Valley Park Authority at both of our sites and ensure we practice social distancing, do not share equipment and have enhanced hygiene levels at our events. We look forward to welcoming you back to the woods soon.
Surround yourself with nature and find yourself in the woods
We will help you, whatever your age, have an amazing outdoor adventure through our wide range of bushcraft and nature immersion activities. In partnership with Forestry England at Fineshade Wood and with the Lee Valley Park Authority at their Almost Wild Campsite, we aim to get more people outdoor confident and to understand about sustainable forestry through education and enjoyment. We want to ensure that our outdoor activities today have a positive impact on UK woodlands for future generations to use and enjoy.
In Partnership With
- For Schools:
Curriculum linked education sessions for KS1 and KS2. Outdoor learning with hands on practical activities such as fire lighting, bug hunting, shelter building and habitat exploration.
- For Pre-Schoolers:
Baby Bushcraft & Forest School sessions. An introduction to the outdoors, wild play and woodland exploration.
- Wild Kids:
Outdoor adventures for Under 8’s throughout Easter and Summer Holidays.
- Family Bushcraft:
Bring the whole tribe and learn about firecraft, shelter building, navigation, knife skills and much more
- For Adults:
Bushcraft workshops during spring and autumn covering all basic elements of survival.
Venison Workshops, learning to skin & butcher in a woodland setting before feasting on a variety of venison dishes.
- Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme:
Our site in Fineshade Wood is an ideal base for Bronze level expeditions. We also have another site at Fermyn Woods 10 miles away making a perfect silver level expeidtion between the two sites. Both have two sets of Danish Shelters which can sleep up to 18 people and a compost toilet.
- Footsteps into the Wild:
We are looking for local secondary schools and youth groups to partner with who want to take part in our ‘rewilding’ project. This National Lottery Community fully funded project will reconnect young people to their local wild spaces whilst positively improving skill set, confidence and resiliance.
- Birthday Parties:
Tailored to suit your wild needs! It can include anything and everything we deliver from bushcraft skills workshops, bug hunting and marshmallow toasting to campfire cooking and game butchery and preperation. Parties catered for adults as well as children.