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2014 forge in at Bushfire forge May 16-18

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Well its going ahead.....
I am proud to present the 2014 forge in at Bushfire Forge 



International symposium of the axe'n seax

May 16th, 17th & 18th 2014 to be held at :

BushFire Forge on the Kent /London Border UK

3 Days of demonstrations, lectures and forging etc…

Demonstrations and Lectures by:

Peter Johnsson – SWEDEN
Jake Powning – CANADA
Owen Bush – UK
Petr Florianek – CZECH REPUBLIC
Dr Stefan Meader - SWITZERLAND
Alan Longmire – USA
Jim Austen – USA
Dave Stevens – USA

There will also be a smelt and chances to have a go at forging using the school facilities.

These are friendly international events are a great way to meet some of the worlds best Bladesmiths and tap into a wealth of information that you would be hard pushed to find elsewhere on the planet !

Saturday Evening Party to celebrate Owen’s 20 years of Forging ! (with mead and beer on me!!)
: Fancy Dress/ Costume party Themed ‘Warriors Through the Ages’ !!!! (yes that does include pirates and ninjas!!!)

Forge-In Price : £130

(this includes attendance to the 3 day forge-in and food on the Saturday night. Accommodation and your daily food is not included but there is a limited amount of crash space. For details about accommodation please contact us on the email below.)

For more info please

Email: forge-in@owenbush.co.uk

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I was a little reticent putting the word international before the title, despite the mix of demonstrator nationalities....
So far there has been interest from America ,Norway , Holland, Switzerland ,Czech Republic , Ireland ,Greece, New zealand, Finland , Latvia, Spain , France and of course the UK.
It is shaping up to be a great event
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I am trying to pull off an Arctic Fire meets the Oakland axe'n sax-in.

 Dave stephens is bringing film crew so it will all be recorded (but I don't think live streamed.)

 Its certainly the biggest Bladesmithing event ever in the UK.

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