Youngsters enjoy learning survival skills at Cotswold Forest School

Kate McGrath, 12, from Cirencester, and her cousin Max Fletcher, 10, with a finished tomahawk made at the Cotswold Forest School (4083998)

Kate McGrath, 12, from Cirencester, and her cousin Max Fletcher, 10, with a finished tomahawk made at the Cotswold Forest School (4083998)

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard: Brendan McFadden
Wilts and Glos Standard by , Reporter

OVER a hundred children turned out to learn bush and survival skills as part of half-term workshops at the Cotswold Forest School near South Cerney.

The workshops included, fire starting, cooking and catapult making and were enjoyed by children of all ages from seven to 14.

John-Charles Kimberley (aka Jono), who owns the school, said: "Children really enjoyed the tomahawk and catapult making. We had a lot of children turn up and it was really, really fantastic, it was a lot of fun. We also got really good feedback from parents."

The school will be holding more workshops during the Easter half term.

For more information on the workshops then call 08450 941 949 or 07738708880.

Alternatively visit www.cotswoldforestschool.co.uk

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