Every Thursday morning (almost!) throughout the whole year I take a foraging walk out from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Information Centre. We explore the ancient lanes around St Davids looking at plants that we can use in our everyday lives, for food, drink, health, craft and cosmetically, and how they were used historically.
Find out how easy it is to identify and gather hedgerow plants, and learn which you should try and which you should avoid!!
Be inspired and take home with you a new enthusiasm on how to make the most of wild ingredients in everyday life. Get out into the countryside and become more aware of what is around you. Learn what nature can provide us with for use the kitchen.
On your walk you will learn about the strict laws on taking plants from the wild, and some folk-lore, medicinal and craft uses. What could be nicer than getting out in the fresh air, exploring the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside and coastline, whilst gathering wild ingredients to pep up your menu?
For details, booking and payment please contact the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Information Centre direct on 01437 720392.
£12.00 per person
Approximately 1 1/2 hours
Well behaved dogs on leads very welcome.