This ingenious kettle has proven itself over more than a century as an essential bit of kit for outdoor people and fishermen. It is just as useful for camping and canoeing trips, as well as for bushcraft weekends. The young people will be taught by Oakwood Staff a range of skills during this session. But most of all how to use a Kelly Kettle safely.
By the end of the session young people will be able to:
Learn about the natural environment and how to care for it better A medal of Achievement will be awarded to each participant at the end of the session.
Nominal fee of £1.00 (to be donated to this years main charity Gurkha Welfare Trust)