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    Guidelines for Members - Operation 'True Spirit'

    In an effort to keep this forum a friendly and open place, we ask that a few simple guidelines are adhered to. With all members working together we can ensure that the very essence of Natural Bushcraft is maintained.

    • You have chosen to become a member of a Bushcraft community. We ask therefore, that the posts placed on the forum are orientated towards the subject of bushcraft and its related topics. It is accepted that occasionally there may be an unrelated subject that could be of interest to the members, but we ask that these are kept to a minimum.
    • Natural Bushcraft is a community open to all, without prejudice, and members are asked to respect the opinions and beliefs of fellow members.
    • The policy of being open to all also extends to a younger audience. As such, all members are reminded that appropriate and respectful language must be used at all times. Swearing or abusive language will not be tolerated in any form, including the use of abbreviation or grawlixes - the replacement of letters with symbols.
    • Members are expected to make themselves familiar with Forum Guidelines as they are posted in ‘Forum Help’ http://www.naturalbushcraft.co.uk/fo...?38-Forum-Help
    • The Forum Guidelines may be enforced by the issue of short term bans for members failing to adhere to them. Longer term or permanent bans may be issued for repeat offenders, and individuals posting inappropriate or offensive content.

    We thank all members for their assistance in making the Natural Bushcraft forum what it is, a friendly and inviting community that strives to provide

    ‘The True Spirit of Bushcraft’.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jus_young View Post
    In an effort to keep this forum a friendly and open place, we ask that a few simple guidelines are adhered to. With all members working together we can ensure that the very essence of Natural Bushcraft is maintained.

    • You have chosen to become a member of a Bushcraft community. We ask therefore, that the posts placed on the forum are orientated towards the subject of bushcraft and its related topics. It is accepted that occasionally there may be an unrelated subject that could be of interest to the members, but we ask that these are kept to a minimum.
    • Natural Bushcraft is a community open to all, without prejudice, and members are asked to respect the opinions and beliefs of fellow members.
    • The policy of being open to all also extends to a younger audience. As such, all members are reminded that appropriate and respectful language must be used at all times. Swearing or abusive language will not be tolerated in any form, including the use of abbreviation or grawlixes - the replacement of letters with symbols.
    • Members are expected to make themselves familiar with Forum Guidelines as they are posted in ‘Forum Help’ http://www.naturalbushcraft.co.uk/fo...?38-Forum-Help
    • The Forum Guidelines may be enforced by the issue of short term bans for members failing to adhere to them. Longer term or permanent bans may be issued for repeat offenders, and individuals posting inappropriate or offensive content.

    We thank all members for their assistance in making the Natural Bushcraft forum what it is, a friendly and inviting community that strives to provide

    ‘The True Spirit of Bushcraft’.
    With the moderators 'EDIT' option having to be used with an increasing frequency, and new members having joined, it's time for a little reminder of the forum etiquette. Please familiarise yourselves with our guidelines for future reference.

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    It appears it might be time for a little reminder...

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