Bushcraft and Survival Shows 2015
This is an OLD article from last year
- I will be updating this as soon as I have any information -
There's plenty to look forward to during 2015 - including this new event
I can't wait to get back to the bushcraft shows this year. If you have never been to a bushcraft show before, then you're in for a great time.
The whole atmosphere is buzzing with all sorts of characters demonstrating the age old skills and traditions
All the event encourage you to take part and learn these skills for yourself. There's also specialist courses going on during the show to really help hone your personal bushcraft skills.
With some of the most skilful practitioners of these age old skills on hand to talk to and ask questions you will learn so much about the crafts.
New for 2015 - The Great Wild Food & Chilli Fare
I want to start with this show first, as this event is brand new for 2015 and looks to be something a bit special.
I have spoken to the organizers and they are really geared up to put on a fantastic event with some very interesting features.
Certainly something to look forward to .
The event will be taking place at Rooks Hall, in Maldon, Essex on the 27th and 28th June 2015 and will be the very first event of its kind in the East of England region.
The Great Wild Food & Chilli Fare is being held across three distinct arenas to offer you a different wild experience each time.
There's a host of great instructors and experts giving talks and demonstrating skills as diverse as flint knapping from the UK's leading authority, Will Lord. - To the very 1st Official Essex Chilli Cook-Off UK - this is for a place in the UK and World finals.
Of course, there's going to be loads to see and do and, importantly, to eat.
This is an event to put in any preppers diary as these old skills are something we often overlook, especially the foraging and medicinal benefits of natural plants. It's also a chance to brush up on some of your bushcraft & survival skills., and learn new ones.
So, it looks like there's going to be plenty to see and do and eat at this show and I would think it's definitely going to be a hit amongst bushcraft enthusiast as well as us preppers,
Admission to the show is very reasonable indeed. With a day entrance ticket at £9, going up to a family ticket for 2 adults & 2 children + weekend camping for only £55
I will definitely be there, so if you see me, come over and say hello.
If you want to find out even more details about the show - here's a direct link to their website - and don't forget to mention, you heard about it from Steve at the UKpreppersGuide website..!
Happy Prepping Folks.