There is so much wild food that can be eaten for free, that's why Foraging is one of our favourite pastimes

You can't beat a great walk in the country and finding that something special to take home and try in a new recipe!

We will take you on a great walk to show you how and when to forage, then take you into the kitchen to show you what to do with it. We hope to send you home a converted forager and with produce to share with family and friends.

If you have always been tempted to try foraging, but not brave enough or sure what to do with the wild food you find, then this is the adventure for you!

Foraging can be done all year round but is best from spring until the end of the autumn, with September - October being the most plentiful. That said we have had great food from the spring flowers! You will learn how to select what to foraging for and how to identify different things you find before we can go into the kitchen and prepare some great tasting food.


Forage to cook, eat or preserve!

Whatever you find on your forage walk depending on the time of year, we will be sure to find a flower, green plant, nut, berry, fungi or meat source to eat for free.

You can make syrups, cordials, preserves, burgers, soups, stews, salads, tea and much more!

Perhaps there is such a thing as a free lunch!
— Mick

Come & Forage

If you want to just take a walk and learn something new along the way with perhaps a taster of a few things at the end, then a day visit will be perfect.

If you would like to learn recipes and take something home with you. We recommend coming for a two day session to give more time to forage in different locations and prepare what you find.

When quoting an exact price we take into account your group size, time of year, food costs, other fees and whether it includes evenings.

The option of accommodation is extra and the cost depends on choice.

Prices

Prices are quoted on request and are based on our activity price of £50 per head per day