17th December
Maker-Kingsand Guided Walk
Ecology, History, Geology


Date: 17 December, 2023

Ecology, History, Geology

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Join naturalist, Richard Penny, on a fascinating stroll through the beautiful landscape of Maker and Kingsand, an area quietly revered for its exceptional natural beauty and notable biodiversity. This walk will take a closer look at features of wildlife, historical, and geological interest, with Richard sharing his insight into the significance of each detail, from the folklore of plants to the ancient story told in the geology of Kingsand beach.

This walk includes walking rough paths and slopes, and generally covers around 1.5 miles, meaning it may be unsuitable for those of limited mobility. Beginning at Maker Heights and ending at Kingsand, attendees have the option to conclude their stroll by sampling the pubs and cafes nearby, or joining Richard as he returns to Maker Heights.

Please email us in advance if you'd like to bring children or dogs along.


Please note, if you are placing this booking for an indivudal other than yourself, please include their contact details on your booking form. This will ensure that essential correspondance reaches the attendee. Disclaimer: If a course is cancelled by the Family Foraging Kitchen, such as in the event of unsuitable weather conditions, alternative dates will be made available, as well as the option of a full refund. Customers are also welcome to swap their booking for another course (subject to availability) or request a refund until seven days before the course takes place. Following this time, we will be unable to offer a refund (except in certain cases) as it is unlikely we will be able to fill the course. We may also contact you for optional feedback following each course.