Foraging & Feasting – The Wild Aisle


Date: 9 July, 2022

Children go free!

The Wild Aisle
Maker Heights

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Foraging is a activity that encourages individuals to get closer to nature, changing the way we think about food while simultaneously teaching us about the ecology and history of our own landscapes. Join Leon Frey as he showcases the best wild edibles found on the Rame Peninsula in July, from hedgerow staples to Cornwall's summer plants, discussing the language and edible history of each plant, so that attendees can begin to see their local landscape as a source of fascinating food.

This foraging course begins at 10.30 and concludes at 1.30pm, not before an opportunity to taste what has been foraged in a cooking session! Please do make a note of any dietary requirements you might have when booking as we like to ensure that everyone is able to enjoy the recipes we taste at the end of the session. Adult foraging walk tickets are £25 and we welcome children to attend for free. Please, however, do let us know if any children will be in attendance, so that we can keep track of numbers!

Logistics for the foraging course will be sent via email after the booking is made.


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.