Outdoor fun at Secret Garden Touring Park in Wisbech is part of Fenland Bushcraft welcome day

PUBLISHED: 16:48 22 April 2017 | UPDATED: 16:48 22 April 2017

Fenland Bushcraft: Adam Culyer and Alexander Culyer.

Fenland Bushcraft: Adam Culyer and Alexander Culyer.

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Dozens of people took part in outdoor activities at The Secret Garden Touring Park in Wisbech as part of an event hosted by Fenland Bushcraft.

Fenland Bushcraft: Rachel Breen and Geoff Breen. Fenland Bushcraft: Rachel Breen and Geoff Breen.

The group, which aims for people to rediscover the great outdoors, held one of its monthly ‘intro to bushcraft’ events on Saturday.

Fenland Bushcraft: Geoff Breen. Fenland Bushcraft: Geoff Breen.

“It was a great workshop, thanks to all who came along,” said the group.

Fenland Bushcraft: Andrew Callaghan. Fenland Bushcraft: Andrew Callaghan.

“It was super to make new friends and see old ones alike. We hope you all had a good time with us and we would love to see you all again soon.”

Fenland Bushcraft: Ted Stephens and Mark Stephens. Fenland Bushcraft: Ted Stephens and Mark Stephens.

Fenland Bushcraft was set up by Andrew Callaghan to teach and undertake survival skills and bushcraft activities.

Fenland Bushcraft: Carrie Cuyler and Katie Cuyler. Fenland Bushcraft: Carrie Cuyler and Katie Cuyler.

Having been a boy scout before joining the army, Andrew is now registered with the Institute of Outdoor Learning. He is also part of the Bushcraft and Survival Skills Special Interest Group.

Fenland Bushcraft: Rick Amos and Derek Amos. Fenland Bushcraft: Rick Amos and Derek Amos.

He has always had an interest in the outdoors and the skills associated with the ancestors, including the ability to adapt to difficult situations.

Fenland Bushcraft: Geoff Breen Fenland Bushcraft: Geoff Breen

Visit www.fenlandbushcraft.co.uk for more information.

Fenland Bushcraft: Katie Culyer. Fenland Bushcraft: Katie Culyer.

Fenland Bushcraft: Andrew Callaghan Fenland Bushcraft: Andrew Callaghan

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