Useful Links

Here are a few of our recommended resources that you may find of interest or of use:

Bushcraft Magazine

A great magazine dedicated to Bushcraft and Survival Skills – written by experts (we write for them too!)

The Bushcraft Show

A three-day event filled with bushcraft activities that will take you on a bushcraft and survival adventure that you’ll never forget. We will be there too, peddling our wares and demonstrating our skills.

The Wilderness Gathering

If you’ve never been to the Gathering before and you love nature and the outdoors, then this is the family show for you – a festival of bushcraft, survival and primitive living skills. We will be there with our Yurt full of  goodies and also demonstrating our skills.

KnivesUK Show

The biggest knife show in the UK, come along and see us along with some of the countrys’ top knife makers and high quality custom blades – aimed at outdoor enthusiasts and collectors.

Want To Canoe?

If you want to canoe these are people to go to – Canoe hire and guided trips on the River Wye.

Axe and Paddle

Steve and Kirsty Le Say and their team will guide you through the exciting world of bushcraft, including firelighting, moccasin making, paddle making, leatherwork, traps and snares, shelter building and much more. Check them out here


Bushcraft and Wilderness Survival. This survival school, run by Lisa Fenton and Ben McNutt, is known for it’s pioneering and professional approach to survival skills training and bushcraft expeditions.

ORCA – Open River Canoe Adventures

Canoe building workshops in the Lake District and more.

Mike Abbott

Professional green woodwork instruction since 1985. Courses, Chairs, and great books.

Tamsin Abbott

Stained glass artist. Incredibly beautiful and magical stained glass. Inspired by nature and the Herefordshire countryside.

Wilderness Survival Skills

Joe O’Leary, outdoor, wilderness and bushcraft expert runs Wilderness Survival Skills – Joe is a great teacher and also a great writer – check out his book The Wilderness Survival Guide.

 The Windsor Workshop

James Mursell runs windsor chair making courses from his farm in West Sussex.
Also the finest Travishers available from James Mursell at  – we make the blades 😉

The Cherry Wood Project

Tim Gatfield runs courses in his 40 acre wood near Bath in lots and lots of woody things, from green woodwork to hurdle making to willow work.

Gudrun Leitz

Specialist chair maker running courses in creative green woodwork and furniture making.

David Saltmarsh

Specialist Windsor chair maker working from his smallholding in the West Country.

West Country Coppice

Specialists in coppice management, Brian and Ruth make hurdles and small timber framed buildings, produce firewood, charcoal and many other products. They also run a range of courses.

Woodcraft School

John Rhyder and his professional team offer a host of accredited and practical courses in bushcraft and natural history.

The Bushcraft Magazine

A quarterly magazine timed with the four seasons – great articles on all things Bushcraft, they also run courses.

The Identity Store

Everything you need for your leatherwork projects, Jackie and Peter and their team know their stuff.

De La Torre Pottery

Mark de la Torre is an extremely talented Potter and hand throws our new mugs – each one unique.

Living Woods Magazine

Living Woods Magazine is for anyone interested in trees, woodlands and timber.

The Bushcraft Journal

The Bushcraft Journal is an online magazine working closely with many of the world’s leading outdoor guides and survival experts bringing you a variety of first-hand knowledge based skills, step by step guides, how-to’s, hints and tips, and wonderful stories of travel and adventure from many different continents.

Le Prevo

Everything you need for your leatherwork projects – great advice and great service. Online shop and real shop in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne