Meeting at the Alma Inn, a beautiful village pub in the Herefordshire countryside. The course starts with a short introduction on what to look for and a brief of the general countryside codes, where they relate to foragers. Drinks are available from the pub.
Then you will set off on a roughly 2.5 hour walk around the village, teaching you how to identify the different plants, flowers, fruits and mushrooms that are found.
There will be a break along the way for some homemade refreshments including lovely wild food soup or elderflower champagne.
After the walk you will head back to the Alma Inn to end the day with a tasty wild food lunch based on what has been found. This will include some treats made from recent finds and a wild salad that you will pick on the day.
Linton, on the outskirts of Ross-on-Wye is within easy reach from Monmouth, Ledbury, Gloucester, Cheltenham and even Chepstow. St Mary’s churchyard is home to one of the oldest Yew trees in Britain believed to be well over 1,000 years old.
There are limited spaces available so please book your tickets online.
T: 01981 590 604