What will you make this May half-term?
A selection of bushcraft based events will be running this May half-term at Lydford Gorge.
Homes for bugs
Tuesday 29 May, 12-3pm
The rangers are asking for help to construct a giant bug hotel in the Orchard to look after all the different insects that visit the gorge. Come along to help out for free or for £2 make a mini version to take away and encourage friendly bugs to move into your own garden. Booking advisable
Thursday 31 May, 1.30-3.30pm
Learn how to safely use bushcraft knives and tools to make your own wooden mallet or cricket bat. Supervised children aged 7 to 12 years welcome, £5 per child, booking essential
Making wild woodland sculptures
Saturday 2 June, 1-4pm
Let your creative side go wild, join our Ranger team to explore the art of wild woodland sculpture. Make a piece of wild art to take home using hand tools, natural materials and your imagination. Work together to create one as a family or make one individually.
£5 per sculpture, booking advisable