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Axe-citing news – launch of 2020 axe throwing events

We’re excited today to launch our 2020 axe throwing events on Eventbrite. And to introduce a new format for you as well.

You can now choose from:

These events are ideal if you’re looking to book places for a smaller group of friends or family. We also have lots of people who come along on their own. Everyone welcome – and we’re a friendly team! 🙂

So, book for yourself, come with your mates, or buy tickets for a unique Christmas gift. Come and join us for an Axe Throwing Adventure!

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Still searching for an alternative Christmas gift?

Hands up in the air if you’re still searching for an alternative Christmas gift? 👐
No need to keep searching… book a private axe throwing event voucher for up to 8 people for a gift guaranteed to put a huge grin on someone’s face 😁
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Shop Local on Small Business Saturday UK

Today is Small Business Saturday UK!

We’re an independent, outdoor activity provider in Bridgend.Bushcraft Adventures Bridgend

When you Shop Local & book an event with us, or buy tickets or gift vouchers, you’re supporting your local community as well as the Welsh economy 👍

Thanks for your support & happy Small Business Saturday!

Rachel & Steph 😊

And if you’d like to support us, book an Adventure for you or a loved one for a unique Christmas present. You can buy tickets or gift vouchers on Eventbrite.

Outdoor learning for Misty Mountain topic with Coety Primary School

Today we welcomed pupils from Coety Primary School, to learn about survival skills for their Misty Mountain topic. We even ordered the mist! 😉

60 excited Year 4 pupils joined us in our beautiful, private woodland in Bridgend.

Wild Time Voucher

Pledge to get outside more with your family in 2020

We all know that the outdoors is good for us. All of us, kids and adults.

If you’re looking for Christmas gift inspiration or you’re already planning those New Year’s resolutions, here’s one idea for you.

Outdoor learning for Native Americans topic

Pupils from Maes Yr Haul Primary School spent the day with us learning how to be in tune with the natural environment as part of their Native Americans topic… they looked up, down and around to explore their surroundings to see what they could see, smell and hear and learnt about natural medicines. They learnt how to build shelters using only the natural resources around them – and got inside to test they were waterproof, and lit fires using lots of different methods.
Well done everyone! 🔥 👍

Outdoor learning and tool use

Some people shy away from allowing young people, especially those considered to have additional learning needs or challenging behaviour, from using sharp tools.

During our longer term outdoor learning sessions, we build trust and respect, and pupils have the opportunity to use knives, saws, and today the shave horse to make feather sticks. It provides an opportunity for pupils to learn about and manage risk and develop important life skills.

We find these sessions hugely rewarding seeing pupils grow in confidence and develop their skills and we’ve had great feedback about them. If you’re interested in finding out more for your pupils, drop us a line today…