Womble said:Important issue for those traveling by Train
The RMT is planning a 48 hour strike between Thursday (I think) and Saturday lunchtimes on the weekend of the Bushmoot. I know that South West trains are advising people not to travel during the 24 hour one this Friday (Farnborough Airshow weekend!), but I'm not sure how trains to South Wales will be affected next week.
There is no set amount..... the guys and gals running the workshops and demos supply the materials out their their own pockets, so any contribution is very welcome to help them cover the costs.Sorry if this has been asked already - v interested in the bow making!
Is there a contribution amount?
Stuart said:information on the moot can be found here: http://www.bushcraftuk.com/community/announcement.php?f=10
there is plenty of space for hammocks, there will be large communal fire and small cooking fires are fine if they are in fire boxes, kelly kettles etc
fires are allowed on the site but with this many people in one place we ask that people refrain form lighting their own personal camp fires and instead join us around the central fire, there is more of a community spirit in a getting together around a large central fire in the evening than having dozens of little fires throughout the woods with only a few lonely silhouettes to each
Jon Pickett said:Ok, I have taken the plunge and am comming with wife and two kiddies. The cape wrath trail is not going to happen for me this year, so we will be up friday evening and will pay on site, if that is ok. Look forward to meeting you all and seeing old faces...........