What will you cook?
We have a rolling programme of wild food forages run by James Wood an Ofqual (gov) accredited forager. James runs engaging foraging courses, supplies the UK’s top restaurants with freshly foraged wild ingredients along with the UK’s best farm shops and delicatessens with foraged preserves. James teaches groups how to successfully identify edible plants . You can’t be much more seasonal eating wild food and our foraging walks reflect this, with special mushroom hunts in the autumn and elder flower picking in the summer.
Wild food forages take place in Didsbury, Chorlton, Sale, Hebden Bridge, Macclesfield and Heaton Park.
Our foraging sessions are £25 & £12.50 per concession including children under 16 accompanied by a paying adult, and usually last three hours, full day foraging events in Macclesfield cost more (£65 | £32.50) due to it being for 6 hours and including a foraged 3 course meal. If you are trying to book a place for a child on one of the events and are finding that there are no places left, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember to dress for all weathers and wear suitable footwear for walking on muddy paths.
Please note that our foraging events are not suitable for wheelchair users or individuals with mobility issues – whilst the pace is gentle, you need to be comfortable being on your feet and be happy to climb over the occasional stile!
What do people think:
“Great day out and learned a lot, will recommend!”
“I now know that our urban forests have so much to offer, thank you!”
“I loved learning how to identify different fungi species!”