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October 2018

Campfire and Carving

Location

Carnfunnock Country park

Date

Sunday, 14 October, 2018

Time

10:00 to 14:00

Price

£45.00  (Convert)

About the Event

What could be more enjoyable than a few hours around the campfire learning the skill of sppon carving, chatting and making new friends?

The day starts with a look at the local trees as our resource, then a session on knife safety and use, followed by the basics of carving a spoon from the woods that the group has collected.

Then it’s time to produce your own Spoon, but don’t be alarmed as the guys from NI survival will be there to assist you along the way!

Carving and chatting can be hungry work so locally sourced soda bread toasted over the fire will be available along with jams cheeses and spreads to keep your energy up along with plenty of tea and coffee!

This will be a 4 hour course with full instruction given.

All cutting tools provided ( with option to purchase)

All food in the way of a light lunch tea provided and included in cost.

Course open to 13 years and older. All attendees under 18 years must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

What to Bring

Walking boots, wet weather gear, warm clothing as course is outside. Personal care kit/ medical etc.

There is an option to purchase your own carving knife (£16) and spoon knife (£22).

Contact and Booking

Please contact

nisurvival@gmail.com

For more information about Campfire and Carving, click here.

Contact Us
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Northern Ireland Survival School

Galgorm Road, Ballymena
+44 (0)7415 223 392

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