In partnership with National Trust on the White Cliffs of Dover, South Kent Mind are offering an exciting opportunity, aimed at younger adults aged 17-27 years, to promote wellbeing and skills development.
Our 4-week Outdoor Skills Project offers the opportunity to:
- try your hand at outdoor cooking (including fire management)
- learn knife skills & carving
- identify nature
- connect with nature
- connect with others
Every Tuesday starting 25 May – 15 June 2021, 10am – 3pm
Driving from Dover – drive up Upper Road, pass the White Cliffs of Dover National Trust car park and the Coastguard Station (both on the right) and then take the third set of double gates on the seaward side of the road, opposite Sherley’s Farm (about 2km from the main White Cliffs site). The course leaders will have the gates open and be ready to welcome you. If you reach St. Margaret’s Village, you’ve gone too far.
Will I need to bring anything with me?
Essential Kits List
- Something to drink (2 litre water bottle ok), will have further water
- Something to eat – We will have some snacks to prepare but please bring a lunch with you
- An open mind and some enthusiasm
- Clothing and footwear suitable for the conditions
|Gloves and hat, jacket/waterproof coat and trousers if possible, fleece/jumper, spare socks, wellies (with thermal Socks)/ walking boots/ sturdy shoes, a complete spare set of clothes if possible|
|Sun hat and sun cream, a thin long sleeved top, long sleeved jumper, long trousers, sturdy shoes/walking boots, a spare pair of trousers and socks if possible, a waterproof coat. Important – Sandals and flip-flops not suitable footwear.|
We have 10 spaces available so early booking is encouraged. Ideally, participants will attend for the entire 4-week course to develop an outdoor skill set
To book, email firstname.lastname@example.org / phone 01303 250090