Enjoy a full days tuition in bush-craft and wilderness living skills with our qualified instructor at our farm woodland near Kirknewton, West Lothian.
You’ll receive a comprehensive introduction to the key skills needed to live comfortably in a woodland setting through hands on learning and practical tasks. This is a fun and safe day designed to inspire and enable you to enjoy the wilderness and acquire the skills necessary to deepen your relationship with the outdoors!
Traditional fire lighting
Wood carving and knife skills
Tree ID, foraging and essential plant identification
Essential Camp Knots
Water sourcing and purification
Ticket price includes all materials, a light lunch and tuition.
Concessions tickets are available for unemployed, low income, benefits, retired.
In order to run our Bushcraft Skills Day a minimum number of participants is required - if places haven’t filled up in time we will suggest an alternative date or alternatively we can give you a full refund.
About our events
Through booking a place on the class, you directly support the work we do with tackling the causes and consequences of homelessness.
Cyrenians Farm is home to one of our young people communities and the surrounding space is a social enterprise providing opportunities for residents, volunteers and visitors to grow food, skills, and community.
This event will be taking place at our Farm in Kirknewton, a short walk from the Military Museum and Jupiter Artland. Accessible through Lothian Buses via Wilkieston. Parking is available on the Farm.
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