Bushcraft Courses & Outdoor Wilderness Survival Activities in Kent
Jack Raven Bushcraft courses take place in Westwell, Kent, just 50 miles from the centre of London, in quite stunning ancient woodland in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We have access to around 60 or so acres of beautiful broadleaf woodland, perfect for corporate team building activities, picking up new outdoor skills and having fun with nature.
Our outdoor activities are designed so that you don’t need any previous experience, and the sessions are entirely hands on so that you leave us with simple, practical and repeatable skills. We are certain that you will have a lot of fun along the way!
Your training takes place at an expedition style camp with a yurt and wood burning stove, a parachute, a kitchen area, work benches and a composting toilet. We have areas where you can pitch a hammock, tarp or small tent, cleared of standing and hanging dead wood, or you can camp on a nearby working farm campsite.
We place a strong emphasis on natural history, woodland management and conservation throughout all of our teachings as we believe that this knowledge should inform everything we do in bushcraft. Preserving and enhancing the woodland in which we teach is factored into all of our outdoor activities.
Our bushcraft experience in Kent offers a wide range of organised outdoor tasks and team building activities covering wilderness living skills, woodlore, bodging, camp craft, tracking, earth skills, carving, and wild food courses.
Take a look around our website and if you have any questions on our bushcraft courses, corporate team building activities, events, or need more information about anything, then don’t hesitate to contact us.