- About Us
Learning bushcraft has massive benefits and is becoming increasingly popular as a chance to step back from the frantic and complicated lives we live. When you spend time in nature your physical health is given a boost and your mental health is stimulated. Bushcraft develops focus, improves problem solving skills and boosts confidence. We are here to give you the best possible experience in learning bushcraft skills.
Tribal Bushcraft runs courses in Cambridge, England. Only 1.5 hours North of Central London up the M11. We are always interested in new sites to run courses. Please contact us if you can help our search.
Leigh Robinson is a member of The Society of Primitive Technology and also a member of EXARC The International Council of Museums Affiliated Organisation representing archaeological open-air museums, experimental archaeology, ancient technology and interpretation. He is currently researching the history of primitive fire development and application in the UK. He is also active in experimental friction fire techniques.
Nick Mills travels extensively throughout the world studying and learning from indigenous people. He has spent time with the Hill tribes of Thailand and also Aboriginals of Australia. Particular interests are leather work, green woodworking and wood carving. Nick is currently researching traditional First Nation clothing and food culture.