These are some of the workshops that we've had at the Moot in the past. We do not run all of these workshops every year but this gives you an ida of the range of workshops that we enjoy at the SummerMoot
One for kids and adults alike, make great whistles from branches and twigs.
Making Fishing Hooks
Hand craft your own fish hook from natural materials.
Wild Food Walk / Foraging
Learn some basics about wild foods, collecting them and they're uses.
Learn how to preserve meats and fish using natural materials and a bit of know how.
An essential skill for everyone, learn how to use, carry and handle a knife with safety.
Everyone loves to build shelters in the woods, learn the basic principles and get stuck in.
Knapping is a highly enjoyable skill that's been in use for thousands of years, have a go.
Not particularly bushcraft but great fun, have a go at throwing knives and hatchets.
Fishing techniques and equipment for survival and general fishing, estuary and sea shore.
Learn about the plants, fish and other available edibles found on our coastline.
Like Bow drill but using a longer spindle, same principles different skills, well worth a go.
Anyone that uses a knife needs to know how to sharpen it, tips, techniques and advice.
Dave shows you how to forge a knife and the stages involved in start to finish.
we have a few workshops for the kids so they can have some fun and learn a few things.
General carving safety, techniques and carving projects from pot hangers to walking sticks.
We set up a small archery range for groups and we even have a competition or two for you to enter.
For those that enjoy hammocking this is a great workshop for making accessories and aids.
The site is a fantastic one for tracking and we've some master teachers.
Make your own arrows from provided materials with the Primitive Archers.
Water Gathering and Purification
Water is the most important need we have, learn about finding it and how to make it drinkable.
Learn the basics of playing the tin whistle, harder than it looks but well worth the effort.
Hugely satisfying and you leave having made something useful from willow or hazel.
This is a great way to learn wood carving and safety and come away with a useful spoon that's all yours!