I'm currently looking to find a nice secluded spot to put some bushcraft skills to practice within the Midlands. I'm currently from Birmingham but I don't mind travelling. If anyone could suggest a nice place or point me in the right direction to a woodland landowner that would be great, I'd be...
Hey guys, I'm currently serving in the forces and just moved down to the Wiltshire area and was wondering if anybody knew of any good places to go or if anyone was practicing around there,
Hopefully hear from someone soon
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Firstly hello, im new and will do a seperate post in an introduction, but my question for this post is where can i practice, im 22 and been interested but never set out to practice any skills, now i think im ready and want to learn and practice, being in the uk where there is strict knife law...
This is probably a question others have asked already many times but I could not find it in the forum..so I am sorry to bother you. I am a novice and as I live in London I was thinking to practice sheltering, firemaking, woodcarving etc.. in my garden as at the moment I have not found a...
By this I mean camp where I like, have open fires, make shelters and other camp items (including cutting live trees when necessary), hunt and fish for food and have absolute freedom to do this sort of thing. I have every intention of doing this responsibly and with minimal impact to the...
Earlier today, I was looking around to see if there were any threads in here covering the rules and regulations for practicing bushcraft in different countries in my vicinity. Seeing as this is a UK forum, I did find a few resources covering the UK, but I figured a thread detailing the basics of...
Im eager to practice myself and in time, my family`s bushcrafting skills.
Trouble is, we live in South london area and im having trouble finding areas that are large enough to"practice" in.
Such as fire making, cooking, setting up a tarp and other sleeping arrangements etc...
Is this just me.
I feel like I do more bushcraft at home than when I'm out. I always bring wood home to practice on in the garden or I put plastic down in the house but boy do I make a mess haha.
I tell the other half I'm learning what to do before I need to know. I dont like to be seen...
I thought it might be a good idea if people posted about what skills they are learning/practicing at the moment so that others can get ideas for things to do. It reckon it could also help so people don't miss out on windows of opportunity to practice certain things... wild edibles, gathering...
...and plan all of this apart from myself.
Is there anyone in the Lothians/Edinburgh that'd be willing to meet up for a day to practiceBushcraft skills? Or are there any planned meetings in the general area about which I should be aware? Again, I've not much experience meeting others who share...
is there anywhere i can go to practicebushcraft and survival skills in the surrey area?, my cousin and my self want to go camping build our own shelters try different fire starting methods, practice navigation and learn about the forrest or land.
Just a little question, (or a few)
What are the laws like on practicing bushcraft skills? By that I mean where should i practice, what permissions might i need and what can i do without a visit from the local fuzz?
I live in gloucester and without a long bus ride there are no foresty type...
I live in Warwickshire (Leamington Spa) and I'm finding it really hard to locate woodland that I can practicebushcraft skills in. I have contacted Woodland Trust and Forestry Commission, but neither seem able to help me.
I would like to contact any privately owned woodland to...
I've got a ruck suck full of gear to survive in wilderness just looking for people to team up with and have adventure in nature practicing basic survival skills.
Also in to rock climbing, paragliding, power kiting so we can link up all those activities and have a good one.
Please let me...
Shoot Both Air gun and Shot gun
Clay pidgeon and rough and the odd game shoot day
Camping if with the lovely missus
tinker with leather
love being outside
What floats your boat in that wee small time thats left!