If you fancy a break from the home comforts of the ‘van and want to get a little closer to nature, Ray Mears’ style, outdoor products distributor Bramwell International may be able to help.

The company is currently running a competition to win a place on a two-day Woodsmoke Wilderness BushCraft course in the Lake District National Parl.

If you fancy a break from the home comforts of the ‘van and want to get a little closer to nature, Ray Mears’ style, outdoor products distributor Bramwell International may be able to help.

The company is currently running a competition to win a place on a two-day Woodsmoke Wilderness BushCraft course in the Lake District National Parl.

The course will equip the lucky winner with the knowledge to survive and travel in wild country by instilling traditional backwoods wisdom and the best of contemporary outdoor know-how.

To enter, just sign up to the Bramwell International newsletter by 30th September

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