I'm delighted to be back in the Park again this Spring to cultivate our community of curiosity and (re)introduce you to the abundance of food and medicine growing right at our feet.
We will take time to discover the gifts offered to us by the natural world, how to identify them and gather them with respect.
The main focus of these walks is on plant and tree identification and their ethnobotanical uses. However, if we spot some animal track or sign, or come across the opportunity to talk about natural navigation, bird language or whatever else comes across our path, we won't ignore it!
We will also spend some time playfully & mindfully connecting with ourselves and nature through our senses.
And, as always, we'll finish with a cup of foraged tea and some tasty morsels.
Where? The usual spot! Meeting at the Holm Oak, beside the entrance to the Fairy Glen.
Suggested donation £5-£10. Pay on the day.
Please dress for the weather- friendly dogs welcome.
Bring a notepad and pen, maybe a camera to help you remember what you see.
No previous experience necessary.
Under 18yrs welcome but need to be accompanied by an adult.
For more information contact Lucy on 07928108932 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Let's reclaim our food & medicine together! <3