Looking for an alternative gift for a loved one? Or a gift to yourself for when we’re out of lockdown? An axe throwing gift voucher is guaranteed to get a big thumbs up!
Sarra Elgan and Jonathan Davies recently took on our bushcraft challenges and we were featured on S4C’s Jonathan Show.
We’ve been busy having fun, um, we mean being very serious focusing on our personal development…!
We’ve been training up in axe throwing, ready to launch axe throwing near Cardiff in 2019. We’re now spending the Winter practicing and planning our new events, which excited to bring to you!
We’re excited to launch our 2019 calendar of bushcraft, archery & axe throwing events, near Cardiff.
This Christmas, buy someone the gift of Adventure!
A £15 Adventure Voucher is a unique gift experience for adults and children aged 7+*. Use the voucher to come to one of our bushcraft, archery or axe throwing events near Cardiff in 2019.
A team from DS Smith travelled from far and wide to visit colleagues in Cardiff. And we were thrilled to welcome them for a day of fun activities for their team event near Cardiff.
There was lots of sharp shooting and super s’mores at our recent Wild Wednesday archery event in Bridgend!
Take a look at our lovely photos from the event. And if you’re interested in coming and having a go, join us for our next event on 31 October!
Last week we welcomed a group from Calon Cymru Fostering. And this week, a group from Young Carers ROOTS project in Bridgend. Both organisations were looking for activities for their community groups, so they came to us. Keep reading to see how they got on, and for more info about our community group activities South Wales.
School’s out for summer! In this blog we share our ideas of things to do with the kids this summer in South Wales. And we’ve focused on outdoor activities, naturally.
Today I welcomed pupils from Tai Education Centre in RCT to our Bridgend Bushcraft Basecamp.
The pupils had focused on a survival topic this term in school. So to finish the topic and celebrate the end of term, pupils got to put in to practice the survival skills they’d learnt in the classroom.