What Do You Think About UK Survival Guides So Far?

Difference Between Looting and Scavenging (My Opinion)

Before we start it is important that you fully understand that these are completely my own thoughts on the subject and not necessarily the thoughts of others. They may certainly not be the thoughts of the law. If you have visited any prepping or survival websites in the past, or even watched any doomsday movies, you will have undoubtedly come across information regarding looting and scavenging. But is there a difference? You will have no…

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5 Best Emergency Radios for 2020

We hope that you would never have to actually use an emergency radio in a true disaster situation but if you do, you are going to need something that is reliable. The fact is, disasters, both natural and man-made are increasing in both numbers and destruction. Your emergency radio will allow you to keep updated on any weather and disaster alerts for your area so that you are always one step ahead. We have taken…

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How to Create a Fire Escape Plan

Tips for an Effective Fire Drill

Just as important as fire alarms and fire extinguishers, carrying out regular fire drills are an important part of fire safety. The problem is that even amongst preppers, many seem to view a fire drill as nothing but an inconvenience. They are important as they simulate the emergency procedure and ensure that everyone within the home or workplace fully understands what they are to do in the event of a fire. During this guide we…

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Keeping the Children Calm During a Storm

As a parent there is nothing worse than seeing fear and panic in our children and storms are just one of the many reasons as to why it may happen. There are however, things that you can do to keep your children calm during what may otherwise be quite a scary time for them. Our two children are very different when it comes to storms. My daughter absolutely loves them whereas my son would often…

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How to Avoid Drowning – Should You Swim?

During a survey carried out by the Royal Life Saving Society, it was found that around 400 people accidentally drown in the UK every year. That figure means that one person on average drowns every 20 hours. Per year, around 400,000 people worldwide lose their lives as a result of drowning, many of which occur due to lack of knowledge and understanding of the hazards associated with open bodies of water. When faced with difficulties…

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