Announcement   Wyld Fire is an independent craft workshop in Northumberland.
We specialise in ancient crafts with a contemporary twist and historical reproductions. If you're looking for alternative fashion wear, film props,re-enactment goods or LARP kit, you've come to the right place.
All the items for sale have been lovingly hand-made from natural materials.
We try and know as much as possible about the materials we work with so if you have any questions, please get in-touch!
The horns we use come from Europe, to save them from being incinerated, or from Africa, from educational projects helping to improve farming standards. Our leather items are all made using UK sourced hides, we even make our own rawhide when we can.

Announcement

Last updated on 31 Jan, 2018

Wyld Fire is an independent craft workshop in Northumberland.
We specialise in ancient crafts with a contemporary twist and historical reproductions. If you're looking for alternative fashion wear, film props,re-enactment goods or LARP kit, you've come to the right place.
All the items for sale have been lovingly hand-made from natural materials.
We try and know as much as possible about the materials we work with so if you have any questions, please get in-touch!
The horns we use come from Europe, to save them from being incinerated, or from Africa, from educational projects helping to improve farming standards. Our leather items are all made using UK sourced hides, we even make our own rawhide when we can.

Gordon Hannington

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Gordon Hannington

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About

Wyld Fire is more than just leather...

Wyld Fire came to be via a strange set of coincidences. I was working as an outdoor instructor up in the remote village of Kielder, my contract was finishing and a workshop and house were up for rent. I decided to jump in and set up a traditional skills and bushcraft school. It wasn't long before I realised I actually enjoyed making things more than anything else, so the bushcraft school closed and I focused all my energy on producing tradtional craft goods and learning old skills.
I've since re-located the workshop, and our house, to somewhere a bit less midge-infested and have diversifid into prop-making and costume production as well.
I still love every second of time in the workshop and I'm happy as ever to be practising these wonderful traditional crafts.

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