Re-opening confirmed! We’re Good To Go from Monday 6th July 👍
We’re excited to be able to re-open Bushcraft Adventures and we’re looking forward to welcoming you to the woods very soon!
Important info on safety and planning your visit
We’ve put together some Important information that you need to know before making a booking or attending your event. We’ll be sure to keep this page up-to-date as government guidance changes and restrictions are eased – so you may want to bookmark it!
We hope you’re having a rel-axe-ing weekend 😉
Preparations are in full swing here so that we can reopen responsibly from 6th July 💪 👍
We’ll be re-opening week starting 6th July! 👍🙂
Today I’ve had my head down working on the laptop, reading guidance on the Welsh Government, Health & Safety Executive, World Health Organisation and other websites to get our covid risk assessment and safety protocols finalised… All in preparation to safely reopen in July (more details on our phased reopening to follow soon!)
So this evening I’ve been relaxing with a wander in my local park and chill out by the pond.
What have you been up to today? Have you been enjoying the ☀?
Making the most of having the time to make some elderflower cordial. It tastes delicious, especially when mixed with a G&T! 👌 😉
What things are you appreciating having the time to do?
All’s good when in the woods 👍
Making some repairs and improvements today, ready for when we can welcome you again. And a Kelly Kettle brew, spot on 👌
Beautiful days like today make it even harder that we can’t run adventures for you ☀
Unfortunately we qualify for very little financial / government support and this glorious weather rubs salt in that wound a little.
At the same time, we are of course very grateful to have the time to enjoy the outdoors in the lovely sunshine and we hope you are too. And we completely agree and understand the need for us to remain closed at the moment.
But we are preparing behind the scenes and looking forward to re opening when it’s safe to do so, so that we can run outdoor activities for you.
We miss what we do & we miss you! Stay safe and we hope we can see you soon! Rachel 😁
Give Dad an axe-citing gift this Father’s Day with an axe throwing e-voucher… it’s guaranteed to get the thumbs up👍👍
E-vouchers are £20 for a 1.5 hour event in Bridgend; delivered straight to your inbox & valid for 18 months from the date we re-open.
Give the gift of Adventure this Father’s Day 👌👇
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I usually joke with groups that I love archery & show them my tattoo 🎯
I do ♥ archery. But the reason behind having these arrows tattooed on my arm is a bit more than that. And feels relevant at the moment, so I thought I’d share with you…
There can be many reasons behind someone’s arrow tattoo and depending on their design. For me, as arrows can only go in one direction, they symbolise that we always have to keep moving forward. And although you have to first pull them back to release them (draw, in archery), just as we all have challenges and set backs that pull us back sometimes, all we can do is keep pointing and moving forward ➡
Several arrows together is a symbol of strength 💪and for me represents the key people I have around me.
With the challenges we’ve all faced and continue to face, I am finding this useful to keep in mind.
I hope you’re all staying safe, keeping well and looking forward, Rachel ♥