Women on Go Wild Education Project
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Bristol recovering alcoholics learn bushcraft skills

Bushcraft skills are being taught to women recovering from alcohol addiction in Bristol as part of their treatment.

The Go Wild Education project is teaching them how to build fires, cook food and share stories with the aim of improving their confidence and self-esteem.

BBC reporter Charlotte Callen spoke to some of the women and the organiser, Jackie Roby. Nicky Morgans, from the Forestry Commission, explained why they were supporting the scheme.

  • 16 Oct 2015