What do we do?
We work primarily with fathers, groups of boys or mixed gender groups, children in care, care leavers, victims of crime and military Veterans. We model first hand something they may have never experienced before: emotionally aware, strong, caring, respectful, humourous and non-competitive men. The participants we work with experience new possibilities for their own inter-actions with their friends, family and community by the way we are with each other.
“What’s going on with Remembering Our Roots CIC is so important that it should really be something that all males experience. My time with them was both inspiring and immensely enjoyable. All of us within our circle felt that we had learned much, much more about what it means to be a man. This is a truly transformative experience with immediate positive results. I can’t recommend it highly enough” Penryn College participant Staff.
Rites Of Passage Programme:
Bushcraft Firelighting, shelter building, animal tracking & welfare, using cutting tools, water preparation, camoflage & concealment, wood carving, foraging, wild cooking & ancient storytelling form the basis of our work in the woods throughout our residentials and woodland based sessions. We differentiate these for total beginners through to advanced & experienced participants. All of our Directors, staff and volunteers have been through the transformational Rite of Passage experience with abandofbrothers.
In our UNESCO World Heritage Site Forest, come & learn Bushcraft & Survival Skills, sleep under the stars & finish the week off with an evening of putting your new skills to the test, wild cooking and storytelling round the fire! For 2021 we are able to offer smaller groups and ‘bubble’ groups in line with our risk assessments to ensure Covid-19 safety is adhered to.