Activities for the Bug Out Survival Show 
08th May to 10th May 2020

Lessons on Survival / Bushcraft and Prepping for survival

Lessons and talks are as follows:

.Map reading and night navigation.
.Finding and purifying water. 
.Fire by friction, Fire steal and types of tinder's.
.Foraging walk and talk. 

.Living Out Doors, self discipline and personal admin. 
.Knife and axe care, sharpening, safety, uses, skills and   types of knife.
.Introduction to tracking 
.Prepping and reasons to be prepared,
.Survival first aid,  survival medicine and observations plus   Q&A
.The Viking Rune System for prepping and Viking Martial   Arts introductory lesson

Lessons and talks do vary each year, but all subjects are covered as a whole.

Clay pigeon shoot
Sunday evening before the BBQ for any one who wants to take part in a shooting competition or just have a go
Archery range
Open all weekend to any one who wants to brush up on their archery skills. Children must be supervised by a adult 
Fire works
There will be a fire work display on the Sunday evening. 
Using Carousel fireworks along with others, the display will last around 15 minutes and the kids will love it.
Please click the link below for a short Youtube Demonstration.
Bemo link HERE

.Sunday evening for any one who wants to fill up on a tasty meet feast
.Vegetarian BBQ also available on advanced request 

Alcohol Policy 
Bring your own alcohol for evening socializing
please drink responsibly

There is a toilet on site, but you will need to bring your own water and toilet paper, though some paper will be provided.

Sleeping Areas
There is ample room for Tarps and Tents, Trailers and camper homes

Hammock camping
There is also a area for Hammocks though these spaces are limited to 15 spaces

Pets are allowed if friendly to other pets and especially OK with children, but must be kept under control at all times.

Time Table for 2020

Friday 08th May
Sunday 10th May

Please note
The bank holiday is on the Friday instead of the Monday due to the 75th VE anniversary

You are free to turn up before Friday as Ian will be there from Thursday 07th to make sure everything is set up
for a great weekend. 

Lessons and Activities

lessons     1         2          3          
Friday  3pm
Saturday    9am, 11am,  13.30pm

Lunch and tea breaks
10.30am to 11.00am

12.30pm to 13.20pm
15.00pm     finish
Archery ranges.
Open Saturday     10.00am
Close Monday      11.00am

Clay Pigeon shooting
Saturday              17.00pm
Sunday                17.00pm

Sunday                19.00pm

Sunday evening after the BBQ

Between 09.00am to 10.00 am will be used for any extra lessons that any instructors, speakers or advisers want to do for people or for any extra teaching that may be on request.

Monday 11am the ranges and all else will be closed.
Then it is time to start packing and leave the area by 13.00pm.