Sunrise Bushcraft is delighted to be working in partnership with Hampshire county council and Parent voice charity to offer bespoke bushcraft days specifically designed to be of benefit to children with a range of physical and learning disabilities.
These days are funded in the main by the council, for families with disabled children, with a small token contribution made by those who attend.
Once a month through out the year we run a day, usually on a Sunday, for parents to bring their children to our super bushcraft site situated in The New Forest - where the whole family can get involved in the fun!
We have had a great response from all of the children, both disabled and their able bodied siblings - to this event, and are keen to be able to provide the experience to many more family units in the months to come.
We cater for all conditions , especially those on the autistic spectrum that are living with ADHD, AUTISM and ASPERGERS.
Those in Wheelchairs are most welcome and maneuvering around the site is not too much of a problem! Just be aware we are in the woods and the ride may be bouncy! All part of the fun and experience!
We run a series of activities from good old bushcraft fire, cutting tools, water, shelter and wild food to outdoor cooking, art and craft, music, drama and a host of other fun games.
It could be wet, it may be smoky, it could be fine weather or it could be stormy. We can predict the conditions on the day - but we guarantee a good time will be had by all!
We make all efforts to have the site as accessible as possible without compromising the woodland benefits.
Places are limited and book fast so please book ASAP!!