There is strong support for small businesses and a growing movement towards buying local. Here we’ve outlined five ways that you can support small businesses (like ours)… #1 – Buy from them OK, this is obvious – but we had to state it! We all have pressures on our time so it’s understandable that sometimes… Read more »

If you’re looking to create forms and surveys quickly and easily, with nice looking templates in a cost-effective way – look no further than JotForm! We use JotForm mainly for participant consent forms, but the uses are endless depending on what you need. Here’s why we love JotForm: User-Friendly You can create a form in… Read more »

So, Christmas is over and you’ve returned to work. Do you and your team need a bit of reinvigorating? We’re offering a 30% discount on our 2017 team away days in our January sale so you can Bushcraft Bash your team’s January blues, so keep reading! On arrival at your Bushcraft Bash team away day,… Read more »

I want to wish all of my customers, suppliers and business supporters a very Merry Christmas! With just three days to go, I hope you are all ready for Christmas and are looking forward to spending time with your families. Thanks to everyone for your continued support, and I hope you have a relaxing, enjoyable… Read more »

Whether you’re looking for a book for yourself or that perfect gift for a bushcraft and outdoor enthusiast, here we’ve pulled together some of our suggestions to help get you started. The Wilderness Survival Guide, by Joe O’Leary – this book is clear and easy to read, making bushcraft and survival techniques accessible. The Forager… Read more »

If you’re still looking for that perfect Christmas gift for a beginner bushcrafter, here’s another five of our ideas… Outdoor bag – there’s a huge range of outdoor bags from Jack Pyke, to Frost River, to more high street outdoor brands like Jack Wolfskin. There’s bags to suit a wide range of budgets, tastes and uses…. Read more »

We’ve put together a few gift ideas for those looking for Christmas present ideas and inspiration for budding bushcrafters. Fire steel – a fire steel is an absolute must in a bushcrafter’s kit bag. It’ll give you great sparks even if it gets wet. I have always found the Light My Fire fire steel to… Read more »

It’s so tempting over winter to close the front door and stay in and hibernate. The heating is on and it’s lovely and cosy and warm inside; outside it’s freezing cold – who would want to go outside, right?! We all know that getting outdoors is good for us, so here’s our five simple tips… Read more »

This is a key first step if you are interested in bushcraft, in particular foraging or tracking. If you clear your mind and tune in to your local environment, you will start noticing things that you’ve walked past countless times but never took the time to notice or appreciate. Consider this first step as a form… Read more »