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Category Archives: Bush Craft
Following in the footsteps of Scott of the Antarctic – a themed walk in the Shropshire Countryside. Continue reading
It was great to be back at Arthog Wales for a week of activity and a mighty fine week it was too. Their resilience and perseverance shone through as they took on the following activities. Team Building Exercises Climbing Gorge … Continue reading
Its been a fabulous three weeks facilitating the National Citizen Service (NCS) activity residential at Condover Hall with some 600 young people passing through. The NCS programme is open to all 16 and 17-year-olds in England and it helps to … Continue reading
Wow, this term seems to have flown by working for Arthog Outreach and in his final sessions for this academic year he has been involved in caving, climbing, canoe and hill walking sessions. They have all been a blast working … Continue reading
With the hot weather its been an absolute blast working for Arthog Outreach with canoeing, caving and climbing and woodland walks all taking place in the beautiful Shropshire Countryside. Canoe Sessions With the exceptionally warm weather, its been nice to … Continue reading
Sometimes, its just nice to spend time in the woods to relax and unwind and this was certainly the case providing some introductory bushcraft sessions for the Shropshire Wildlife Trust. The session content included fire lighting techniques (including fire by … Continue reading
At the beginning of June – CHMAS was at the Shrewsbury River Festival providing Bushcraft demonstrations and getting involved with the Shropshire Wildlife Trusts canoe project (Plastic Fantastic) a canoe made of recycled plastic bottles.
Instructing for Arthog Outreach is always fun and this month was no exception! The sessions were very varied and it was great fun to be working with such enthusiastic and inquiring young people. Climbing at Grinshill Working with a variety … Continue reading
It was good to be back at Condover Hall, leading an activity residential for a NCS programme. Despite the cold weather everyone had a lovely time and the talent show on the last evening was epic!