Bow Drill Workshop: Fire by Friction

Saturday, 8th July 2017 at 10:00am
Baby Moon Camp


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One workshop participant (adult)
£30.00
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One workshop particiapnt (child)
£20.00
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Under 18 years. Must be accompanied by a paying adult.

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Achieving fire by friction is the archetypal bushcraft skill- it is also one of the hardest to learn. Often referred to as fire by frustration, this workshop will introduce you to the skills you will need to create an ember and achieve flame. We shall begin with an overview of the process, before getting straight on with the bows, drills and hearth boards. There will be an opportunity to head into the forest to locate and select the best woods to create your own bow drill set to take away and practice. We’ll stick the kettle over the fire so brews will be available throughout the day, bring a packed lunch, suitable clothing for being outside all day and heaps of patience!

 

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See the Padlet for Participant Information Sheet, Equipment List, Booking Conditions etc.: https://padlet.com/MorganLax/BushcraftGeneralWorkshop

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When

Starts: Saturday, July 8th 2017 at 10:00am
Ends: 4:00pm

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Timezone: Europe/London
Bookings close: July 8th 2017

Where

Baby Moon Camp
Redcar Road
Dunsdale

Guisborough
TS14 6RH
United Kingdom
 

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This event is organized by Compass Outdoor Learning & Adventure.

Telephone 07799141373
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