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Frequently asked questions

Updated 13th January 2020

How many children can we bring?

We work with up to 15 pupils per ranger. If you have a larger group you can either book additional rangers or, if you need to keep your costs down, you can choose to self-lead some parts of the day.

How much does it cost?

Our charge is £210 per ranger for a weekday visit.

Where can the children eat their lunch?

We spend the whole day at our bushcraft camp which is tucked away in a secluded corner of the forest. We have two compost toilets, a covered kitchen area, yurt and tipi but usually children choose to eat their lunch in the shelters that they have built. 

What about bad weather?

We hardly ever let the weather stop us. We would only ever cancel a visit due to dangerous winds or large amounts of snow. Come dressed for the weather and we will keep warm with the activities.

What about health and safety?

All of our activities are risk assessed, all our rangers are DBS checked and first aid trained. To view our risk assessments, please follow the links below.

Bushcraft Risk Assessment

Obstacle Course Risk Assessment

Overnight Risk Assessment