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Dates Announced for 2017!

Thank you for your feedback on our 'Forest School Refresher' programme. We are very pleased to announce 3 days of training for you across the coming year. Please see below for location, times and cost!

Ideas sharing event - we are also planning an ideas sharing event in October 2017, which will be an opportunity for you all to come together in a more informal way, to discuss your practice, share ideas and meet like-minded people. There will be a nominal fee for this to cover refreshments, but essentially we will just host the session as an annual event, for you to meet up with each other.  Please let us know if this would be something you'd be interested in attending. We envision maybe 3 hours on a sat morning in Oct/Nov.

Woodland cooking!

OUTDOOR COOKERY
Monday
12th June
For beginners and experts alike. 

An opportunity to extend your outdoor cookery skills, explore different cooking methods, make snacks which can be achieved in short forest school sessions, complete an outdoor cooking risk assessment and consider basic food safety regulations. Lunch included! BOOK NOW.

Tree & Plant ID

TREES, PLANTS & GAMES
Tuesday 4th July

Improve your confidence and identification skills, learn some new games and have some fun! On this day you will learn how to ID a dozen native trees and wild plants in the woods and gain valuable insight into their practical uses.

You will use observation, games and your senses, as well as field guides. By the end of the day you will have the confidence and the tools to use your ID skills both independently and with your groups. BOOK NOW.

FIRE MAKING & TOOL USE
Saturday 11th November

For beginners and those wishing to explore tool use and fire on a deeper level.

On this day we will look at the basics of lighting and maintaining fire both modern and ancient. We will explore natural and man made tinders, different woods and how they burn, fire lays and how to minimise smoke. 

You will be taught how to safely use tools with children such as knives, axes, bilhooks and saws to cut and split wood for kindling and feather sticks. Tips on where to find the driest wood even on wet days. Introduction into bow drill (Fire by friction). BOOK NOW.
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Circle of Life Rediscovery


Details for all courses:

Cost: £55 per person.

Timing: 9:30am - 3:30pm.

Location: Mill Woods, near Laughton, East Sussex.

Booking: Bookings can now be taken online! Please complete our form here. Our form contains payment information which can be made via BACS, cheque or we can send an invoice.

Tel: 01273 814226

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