Top 10 Tips for Visiting The Bushcraft Show from our Visitors
Feedback taken from The Bushcraft Show Facebook Page
- Make a weekend out of it, there is so much to see and do.
- Don’t forget to take a camera or phone and take lots of pictures, so you can reminisce and live it all over again.
- Don’t be afraid to ask the exhibitors and demonstrators lots of questions, they are happy to chat, advise and demonstrate time and time again.
- Make a list of what you want to do, who you want to see and what you want to buy.
- One of the major challenges you will be faced with at The Bushcraft Show will be the pure abundance of opportunities that you simply cannot afford to miss. It may be a demonstration/ lecture/ a participation event/ specialist instruction class or entertainment. Plan in advance. Check out The Bushcraft Show website – they are usually quite on the ball with keeping us informed. Spend some time looking through the timetable to prioritise your weekend and if you are a bit of a geek you can always use a festival/ event planner app such as ‘clashfinder.com’.
- Buy your tickets to the classes in advance as I left it too late last year and missed out!
- Be prepared to leave the show with your jaws aching from laughter and smiling and your legs aching from walking around the beautiful site and dancing the night away.
- It’s a great opportunity to meet the bushcraft schools and instructors face-to-face. You can then decide which courses you would like to attend over the next few months.
- Have fun and make memories.
- You might arrive on your own but you will leave with a huge bunch of friends.