Wild Feast foraging courses are mainly held in East Sussex, surrounded by hedgerows, pasture and woodland. I aim to tailor courses to suit the skills levels of participants – whether you’re a complete beginner, or already have some foraging experience.
My East Sussex courses are close enough to London, Surrey, Kent and West Sussex for a day-trip. And for those who’d like to make a weekend of it, there are plenty of unique places to stay, see Visit 1066 Country for accommodation ideas.
Foraging and Wild Food course
A memorable experience involving a country foraging walk, plant identification tips and creative and delicious wild food tasters. I’ll help you become more confident in recognising edible plants and how to prepare and use them. Includes tasters and an emailed guide to responsible, sustainable foraging.
Price: £45 per person (10 to 16 places)
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The exact course location address will be provided on confirmation of course booking.
Vegetarians and vegans can be catered for, provided you let me know on booking. If you have any special dietary needs or food allergies, please be sure to tell me on booking so I can check if I can cater for you.
Who’s it for?
As well as adults, young people of 12 to 17 can participate and must be accompanied by an adult. Unfortunately, walk routes are not always suitable for wheelchairs.
Because of the food/cooking element, I’m afraid dogs are not allowed on these particular courses.
All my courses are subject to Terms & Conditions which I email with payment details before purchase. By submitting a booking and attending a course, you agree to my Terms & Conditions.