Womens Discovery Bushcraft Course

Womens Bushcraft & Nature Awareness 3day camp

Mentored by

Hannah at Natural Pathways

Organisation links
Location address: Canterbury, CT3 1PJ
Chosen age group:

Ages: 18+ years

Available tickets:
Standard £250
Next date: None - Register your interest
A summary
Ever dreamt of having a close relationship with the natural environment. Sleeping out, hearing the sounds of the night, smelling the smoke of your fire and feeling safe and warm in your newly built shelter. Bushcraft is about knowing how to look after yourself in nature and in-turn taking care of nature. Nature Awareness is about increasing your awareness of nature beyond the physical; opening our eyes and senses to your surroundings. Our three day bushcraft and nature awareness camp for women will equip you with a wide variety of skills and experiences. And we look forward to welcoming you to our relaxed and friendly camp.
About your mentor
Hannah at Natural Pathways
Outdoor educator and bushcraft instructor
Hannah has been teaching bushcraft skills and nature awareness to adults and children close to two decades. She also runs courses for schools and youth groups. She is well known for her ability to pass on her skills in a relaxed and engaging manner. Hannah was inspired by teachings of Tom Brown Jr, well-known author and founder of the Tracker School in America. Tom Brown grew up along side a native American from the Apache tribe learning many valuable Earth living skills that he continues to pass on to many people through his trainings. As well as attending courses in America with Tom Brown, Hannah has attended a year’s course on Primitive Survival Skills with Trackways here in the UK. She completed the course with a week's Survival Quest in Scotland. She has since gone on to further her training completing various survival courses, wild food courses and Forest School level 3. Having lived in the Daintree Rainforest in the Australian outback for a year, she gained much experience from practising a sustainable way of living. Hannah has practised Reflexology and Reiki for the past thirty years and has always had an interest in alternative medicine and the healing properties of plants, treating herself and her children with herbal and homoeopathic remedies where possible. Hannah feels it is important to develop her personal awareness when relating to herself and others, as a parent and within a group. She has attended self-development courses such as Parent-Link, Non-violent Communication, the Sedona Method and Psychology of Vision. Hannah home educated her three children for over ten years providing for them a wide range of experiences as they grew up and prior to them moving on to further education. Keen to pass on her knowledge to others, in particular to children, it is her wish to bring them closer to Nature through Nature Awareness activities and hands-on experience with survival/bushcraft skills.
Food and kit list
Please note: This is a part self -catered camp. FOOD TO BRING: * Breakfast Saturday and Sunday * Special dietary food * Snacks, drink, fruit Meals will be cooked on the fire and we ask that everyone takes part in preparing, cooking and washing up. (Please inform us if you require vegetarian food). KIT REQUIRED: Appropriate clothing for season (wet weather gear) Working gloves Dark clothes for night game Warm hat Plate, bowl, mug, knife, fork, spoon First aid kit Washing kit Camping chair Torch Insect repellent Tent or tarp/bivvy Sleeping bag/mat LOCATION Private woodland close to Goodnestone, near Canterbury. Kent. Directions will be sent via email two weeks prior to course date We invite you to sleep in your shelters but suggest you also bring a tent for your convenience. We have a no alcohol policy for health & safety reasons. Please note that we do not have the use of showers (you are welcome to bring a solar shower bag) There is a bush toilet on site. If traveling by car we would appreciate if you can bring a large container of tap water with you. (There isn't a water supply on-site). We only accept the use of fixed blade knives. We erect a large parachute in the trees for shelter. We have a selection of equipment for sale on the course; Fixed blade knives, Fire steels, Kelly kettles & books, Field guides, Thermal mugs. TRANSPORT By train: Local Aylesham or Canterbury. We may be able to collect from the local train station which is Aylesham if arranged prior to the course or provide contact details of local taxis. By car: Directions to site will be sent via email prior to the course. Please do not use post-code from the website as this is our office address and not where the course is held. There is car-parking space within the woodland.
Learning aims
Aim 1
To create a supportive and nurturing womens camp
Aim 3
To discover various fire-lighting techniques
Aim 5
To forage wild edible foods for a wild feast
Aim 7
Discover what resources nature provides in-order for you to create a functioning and well-equipped bushcraft camp
Aim 9
Make valuable bushcraft utensils
Aim 2
To build warm, comfy bushcraft shelters
Aim 4
To know how to make wild water safe for consumption
Aim 6
To become aware of how to increase your awareness of nature beyond the physical; opening our eyes and senses to your surroundings.
Aim 8
Practice safe knife and tool skills
Aim 10
Connect and communicate with the woodland plants and trees
Pricing information
Ticket nameStandard
Price£250
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Where we'll be
Woodland Goodnestone, Goodnestone, Canterbury, Kent, CT3 1PJ
WHAT’S PROVIDED
Drinks
Meals
Equipment
Safety
Enhanced DBS
Risk Assessment
Public Liability Insurance
Safeguarding Training
First Aid Training
First Aid Kit

Please note

Please note, it is the responsibility of the booker to satisfy themselves about the adequacy of the safety measures. This platform is merely an introducer and does not verify the items listed here.

Cancellation Policy
None of the aboveCancel within 6 weeks prior to the course for refund less the deposit.

My experience consists of a leisure activity, on a specific date(s), and therefore the 14-day ‘cooling off period’ under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 does not apply.

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