**FULLY BOOKED FOR 2020/21 - DO ENQUIRE NOW FOR 2022** Following a successful year in 2019, and a bit of a delay in 2020, Wolf Pack returns in 2020/21 for a new group of adventurous young men. **Dates and payment options listed further below. A voucher can be provided if you are thinking of giving this experience as a gift - just enquire with the mentor** Wolf Pack is a year's journey for a tribe of boys becoming men, aged 13-15 years. They take place during half terms and school holidays through the seasons, in local woodland and in some of England's finest wild environments. Risk, challenges and adventure in the warm company of strong role models and fellow adventurers are vitally important for young people, to discover their huge capabilities, what they might stand for, and to develop a deep-seated self-reliance. Security is important for boys but its layers must be carefully removed in order for the young men to emerge. Yet the availability and encouragement of such experienc...
About your Mentor
About your Mentor
At the heart of this project is my desire for young people to experience freedom and the transformation that comes from it: the freedom that comes from a young man discovering his own power, shaking off imagined or unchallenged restraints, and making up his own rules about who he is and how he chooses to face the world as a man. I have been a bushcraft instructor for 5 years now (for 15 years I was an investment banker in London), and I am a qualified hillwalking guide. I am also engaged in mentoring (through the charity A Band of Brothers and with individuals locally), as well as coaching and guiding, both adults and children. I have convened a consistent men's fire circle in the woods for over 4 years, I own a wood where I carry out small woodland management projects, I'm part of a sketch comedy troupe, and I often write, cartoon... even make rap songs. I have hiked all my life and spent many years mountaineering before having children and shifting my time in nature to the more ea...
Strengths to develop
Public Liability Insurance
First Aid Training
First Aid Kit
Coronavirus Safety Policy
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.
• No refunds are given except in the case of a cancellation by the Mentor.
• Wolf Pack demands a high level of commitment from the organisers, and therefore a reciprocal level of commitment from families sending their son to join. We form a tribe and journey through the 5 experiences as a cohesive group. Absences or mid-programme cancellations are highly disruptive to the group, due to the strong bonds formed. Once the programme starts, no new participants are able to join, and so the ability to provide refunds for cancellations is limited. The £400 deposit on booking is not refundable. But if a participant decides after the first camp that, for good reason, he does not want to continue, then any money paid except the deposit will be refunded. Beyond this, there can be no further refunds. In order to avert this situation, I will meet / speak / Skype with parents and son, to ensure that the time is indeed right, and the intention strong and clear, to participate in this programme. After booking, I will send you additional documents including terms of participation (various acknowledgements and understandings around how we will operate), along with brief questionnaires around health and intention. Detailed event information will be circulated in good time ahead of each event.