Paul Kirtley

Post image for Paul Kirtley’s Bushcraft Show 2017 Main Stage Presentations

Here are Paul Kirtley’s main stage presentation on accelerating your bushcraft learning and the live #AskPaulKirtley from the 2017 Bushcraft Show… Read more...

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Post image for Campfire Flatbreads – Quick, Easy and Tasty

Flat breads are one of the easiest breads to make, indoors or outdoors. Indeed, flat breads exist in the cuisine of many cultures around the world. Once you have flour, you can make flat breads. Once you have a fire, you can make campfire flatbreads… Read more...

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Post image for The Benefits Of Journeying To Your Core Bushcraft Skills

Paul Kirtley looks into the benefits journeying brings to your bushcraft skills, knowledge, experience and flexibility of application, not to mention how it hones your kit… Read more...

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Post image for Frontier Bushcraft At The 2017 Bushcraft Show

Frontier Bushcraft is one of the main sponsors of the 2017 Bushcraft Show and we have lots of demonstrations, presentations and activities planned for this event, which takes place over the long weekend of 27th-29th May… Read more...

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Post image for How To Make Bannock In A Billy Can Insert

Bannock is a simple yet tasty campfire bread, requiring a few basic ingredients which can be added to for variety. These breads easily be made with the cooking equipment pretty much every bushcrafter carries with them… and Zebra billy can inserts make a great baking tray… Read more...

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Post image for Spotlight On The International Frontiers Of Bushcraft

The UK is seen as a hub of Bushcraft knowledge, a centre of excellence, with a number of strong, well-established bushcraft schools and experienced professional instructors. This attracts international students from countries far and wide, where there is an increasing interest in bushcraft. Equally, a growing international community of bushcraft instructors and enthusiasts is allowing strong international relationships and communities to develop around the subject… Read more...

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Post image for First Aid Training For Frontier’s Remote Environments

However much first aid training you’ve done, it’s always good to refresh in order to keep the important knowledge front of mind and to keep a cool head in an emergency. In this article, Paul Kirtley outlines the sort of first aid training the Frontier team regularly undertake, with examples from the most recent staff first aid training… Read more...

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Post image for Celebrating Success – Continuing Personal & Professional Development

The Frontier Bushcraft team strive to develop their core bushcraft skills, always. But they are also encouraged to develop in areas of personal and professional development which dovetail with their core skills, giving them insight into other systems, approaches and methodologies. Working with other outdoor professionals, from mountain guides to deer stalkers, exposes them to varied approaches to the outdoors and a range of quality leadership styles. As a result, our colleagues stretch themselves physically and mentally, taking their professionalism to the next level. See what the team has achieved in the last year… Read more...

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Post image for Frontier Bushcraft Team Canoeing Weekend – Winter 2016

The Frontier Bushcraft team take to three varied canoeing venues in North Wales as part of their annual end-of-season canoeing weekend… Read more...

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Post image for Bushcraft Workshops At The Canoe Symposium

Frontier Bushcraft was invited to run a number of workshops at the 2016 Welsh Canoe Symposium. Kevin Callan, the celebrated Canadian author and speaker, was special guest at the symposium and gave several entertaining and thought provoking talks. He also spent a good amount of time going around speaking with symposium attendees and videoing the various goings on, including some of our sessions, which you can see in this blog post… Read more...

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