Impress your neighbours (that will be the squirrels then) with this simple campsite DIY
You will need:
Large rocks or green logs
Tinder, such as as dry leaves or grass
Dry twigs for kindling
Water to hand
Pick a spot at least 3m from anything flammable and on exposed earth. Create a keyhole-shaped border from large rocks or green logs. Dig a shallow pit within main hole. Now assemble your fire. Tinder goes in the centre. Kindling is next: try a teepee or stacking method. Once it’s going, add your firewood – try to spread it out evenly. After the flames have died down, use the resulting coals to cook food (rake coals from the pit to the square section for more even heat). Lay a grill on top of the stones and get sizzling!