Bringing adventure to all

Helping unemployed / low income families, and other socially excluded people experience adventurous activities since 1999.

Our adventures include hill walking, rock climbing, abseiling, kayaking, bushcraft, mountaineering and an annual adventure camp.





Adventure to Health Project.

Getting outdoors into nature increases health and well-being. Doing it with others makes it even better!

Join us for 12 months of health boosting outdoor fun including; walking, climbing, bivi-out's, bird watching, wild food foraging, bushcraft and a kids survival school.




Good news - we have a club concession at Boulder Brighton

It will give you 15% off our single entry and monthly membership prices.

So when you go, show your membership card as you book in




What's coming up soon?


Next SDW one day walk from Washington to Amberley. Details to follow.


Next Bivi out:
Tues 3rd  - Wed 4th. Amberley to Cocking with bivi in the middle. Dates to be confirmed.



May 2018 - Dorset from Saturday 26 May to Saturday 2 June. Half term Bosigran Cornwall. Members only.

Please note - To receive a financial subsidy for trips, new members have to have fully joined and be active in the group for 3 months.


Next Meetings:

General:  11th of April 2018. 

General meeting will be held at BUCFP at 10:30

Admin: Wednesday 21 March at BUCFP at 10.30

AGM: 29 April 2018


For more info contact



There will be regular kit reviews in this space as many of our, particularly newer, members often want advice about kit. Please feel free to contact if there is something in particular you would like featured.

SDW walk, Bivi and One Tigris Winter Under Quilt


The scream jolted me awake. It was close. The bird could have could have been perching at the end of my hammock. In the distance I could hear the timorous, call response of a female Tawny Owl. It may have been a couple of days before Halloween, but it was certainly very spooky.

It was 2am. And I was now very awake. And very warm. This was the second outing for my One Tigris Winter Under-quilt and it was certainly doing its job. I unzipped my three-season sleeping bag and luxuriated in the wrap around comfort of the quilt.

When my winter under quilt arrived, I looked at it with some disbelief. How could something so light and compact keep me warm through a British winter? The total weight was 1.19kg. and yet it was supposed to keep me warm, or at least alive, down to almost -12C.

The quilt is filled with is 850g of SEE® Polyester and the outer is made of Windproof Ripstop Nylon with a DWR coating. As with most One Tigris products the design is deceptively simple, and the full-length quilt is attached to each end of the hammock with a couple of mini carabiners. It takes seconds to set up.

My first test I discounted, as it had been unseasonably warm, but this time I was incredibly impressed. My seven-year-old son and I were in adjacent hammocks underneath my One Tigris Camo Waterproof Tarp, which I have now used many times and still think is the best tarp for hammocking.

I had brought the Craggers group to this spooky wood to practice some bushcraft skills. On the walk in we discovered that even at this time of year there is still an abundance of wild food to be had – if you know what to look for. We sampled the heads of new growth cleavers, chick weed, shepherds purse, hawthorn berries and the fresh, nutty, taste of scrunched up nettle tips.

After setting up camp we made bows and arrows, Swiss arrows and atlatls. The following morning, we made baskets from clematis before setting off to walk to Ditchling Beacon.

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Please see review section for kit lists for trips etc. and previously reviewed kit.




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