Cornwall RV 2014, Trenowth Wood
Date: 18th April to 21st April
The 2014 RV will be held at Trenowth woods on the 18th April to 21st April. The woods will be open from Midday Friday to Midday Monday. Drinking water, porta loos and rubbish collection are all on site. We welcome children and dogs, we ask that you keep them safe and under control, and pick up any packages that either deposit! For more information please contact Spanner firstname.lastname@example.org 07899928131 or Mark Mark@footstepsofdiscovery.co.uk 07970494723.
2014 will see: (new stands welcome book with Mark as above).
An Iron Age Forge and knife sharpening with Dave Budd, blacksmithing with Tristan Kessel from Forgeries at Redruth, Leather craft and spoon making with Leon, (www.greencraft.me.uk), Bowyer Edwin Deady primitive bows from the hedgerows. Edwin will be supported this year by Steve Kemp who will demonstrate ancient arrow making using flint tools;archery demos, fletching and string making by the Rebellion Archery Club. Also presented by the Rebellion archery club will be a medieval martial arts display. Wild Plants for Medicine and Food Walks with TBC.From the International Guild of Knot Tyers, Richard Hopkins. New this year are use of the axe with Rowland Jones,Fire by friction (including fire pump) with Ross Burt,Gill net making with Ross Burt, a Hunting owl demo and Harris Hawk display, Ferrets and how to make ferret / purse nets will run from our country pursuits stand. Willow work with David from Helygen Baskets www.helygenbaskets.co.uk
In addition there will be the usual talk and demonstration sessions and some children’s activities depending on interest. This RV will see a Deer spit roast  and Hungi on the Sat afternoon with the food sold that evening, a Bushcraft boot fair on Sunday morning, so come along and buy, sell, trade, and barter. We will have charity Tomahawk throwing with a Bushcraft themed prize. New this year will be the Blow Pipe competition. Burgers, bacon rolls and hot drinks will be available throughout the RV. Returning this year is JB Real Ale Bar.
Prices for 2014: (No increase from 13)
£15 per adult per night
£7.50 for children
£7.50 per adult (£5.00 child) per for day visitors
Wild camping, tarp & hammock, tents and caravans are welcome. Small fires are allowed on site, and there is a local shop nearby to top up supplies.
- Ground to air signalling (Footsteps)
- Deer Cooked on Argentinian Spit/Hungi.
- Camp Craft (Footsteps of Discovery)
- rebellion archers martial arts display
- Water (Footsteps)
- Boot Fair
- Harris Hawk/Hunting Owl
- Games various (Footsteps)
- Fire Lighting
- Egg Hunt
- Bread Making
- Archery Displays
- Axe Throwing all weekend
- Blow Pipe competition
- Harris Hawk