The Oxford Bushcraft Club
The Oxford Bushcraft Club meets every fortnight during the summer months (Spring to Autumn equinox). The Bushcraft club runs on Tuesday evenings in Oxfordshire from 6.30pm – 8.30pm. All adults are welcome to come along and try a session for FREE.
Learn Wilderness Techniques
As a club members you will be taught by a qualified instructor all the basic bushcraft techniques such as:
- Shelter Building
- Knots & Rope Work
- Safe Use & Maintenance Of Cutting Tools
- Tracking & Nature Awareness
- Fire Lighting Techniques
- Plants & Tree Recognition & Uses
- Foraging Skills
- Wilderness Cooking Skills
- Map & Compass Skills
- And Much More…
Building Bushcraft Knowledge
This is an on-going club meeting every first and third Tuesday of the month. where we will look at a different skill at each session. Over time, as a members you will build an advanced knowledge of bushcraft, wild plants and tree uses, countryside knowledge, as well as wilderness travelling and living skills.
One Of A Kind
The Oxford bushcraft club is we believe the first of it’s kind in the country. As members, you will become very well versed in an abundance of woodland, bushcraft, wilderness living and survival skills. We will take trips to woodland areas and the countryside and you will learn about trees and plants and all their many uses for utility, medicine, food and make useful tools and items.
Some of the meetings may be ‘classroom’ based (not as serious as it sounds) and will cover topics such as carving, leathercraft etc. From time to time we will have specialist guest instructors who will have a specific advanced knowledge of their subject for example flint knapping arrow heads and tools.
Members MUST be aged 16 or over (under 18’s must be accompanied by a paying adult). Membership is FREE. Each session costs £15 when paid on the day, or £25 for the month, when paid in advance. Any new member is welcome to come and have a look, for free for the first session.
If it’s not for you, no problem. If you’ve enjoyed your introduction we very much welcome you along to future sessions.
For more information contact Manse.
Telephone 07527 265 330 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org