Wild Food Foraging - Cultivating Skills &
Confidence through Inspiring Forays in Nature

2017 Calendar.

New dates for 2018 will start to be published in Nov/Dec. Also available as bespoke forays.



Sun 22nd Oct 11am-2pm Prussia Cove, West Cornwall


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In this course you'll learn about the differing qualities of each seaweed and their uses. For full course content please see;
Seasonal Foraging Courses

About the Walk: About 2 miles in length, includes walking down a steep slipway to the beach. The beach is rocky in places, with rockpools and potential slippery areas too.

Meeting point: Meet at Prussia Cove, turning off Helston Rd (A394), go to the end of the road (go straight ahead into the free car park, not left down the track), where you'll find the free car park. Grid Ref. SW555283, Postcode: TR20 9BA

What to Bring: Have a look here, for what to expect and bring



Sat 11th Nov, 10-1pm Treen, nr Lands End, Cornwall

Adults £35, under 16s £15, under 5s free

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This course will include coastal, hedgerow, field and woodland edibles.

Please note I do not include mushrooms and fungi.

For full course content, please click on this link to foraging courses

Walk Route/Level: A beautiful circular walk along the coastal path, down into Penberth, through woodland and across fields. Includes coastal path, steps and stile, approximately 3 miles

Meeting point: Car Park at top end of Treen village, Map Ref: SW395230, Postcode (for Sat Navs) TR19 6LG

Public Transport: Bus No. 1

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wild food, guided foraging walks, family, coastal pathBasket of Hawthorn BerriesSeaweed HuntingBasket of wild leeks, wild garlic, alium triquetrium
Absolutely fantastic. Can't wait to do it again. Lisa

Upcoming events

Seaweed Foraging Course With Tasters - Sun 22nd Oct 11am-2pm

Coastal/hedge/wood Foraging Course With Tasters - Sat 11th Nov, 10-1pm

For more information on events, see the calendar.

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