Foraging walk on Tunbridge Wells Common
An introduction to foraging on a guided wild food walk exploring Tunbridge Wells Common, lasting around two and a half hours.
Discover the flavours of the wild with Sarah Watson, foraging tutor of Wild Feast. She'll show you a wealth of wild edible herbs, fruit and seeds (maybe a few fungi too), sharing ideas on ways to use them in dishes, preserves and booze infusions. Sarah will help you become more confident in foraging edible wild plants in a safe and sustainable way.
There will be a few wild delicacies to taste on the way, such as preserves and drinks.
Time: 10am to approximately 12.30pm
Meeting point: Chalybeate Spring at the Pantiles.
Children: Children are welcome, although foraging walks aren't suitable for all children, especially those under 8 years old. It's a slow-paced walk with a lot of talking, aimed at an adult audience.
Dogs: Even well-behaved dogs get bored on a slow-paced walk with lots of stops, so they are not allowed on this event, sorry!
Accessibility: The route may not be suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs.
Availability: A maximum of 18 places. Strictly subject to availability, there may some tickets to purchase on the day.
Cancellation: Tickets are non-refundable, but you can pass your ticket(s) to someone else if you can't attend.
Arrival: Please arrive promptly in time for a 10am start, the walk will continue until 12.30pm (approx).
What to bring and wear: Weather-appropriate clothes and footwear, you're welcome to take notes, and a bottle of drinking water is always a good idea. Please remember to leave dogs at home for this event.
Dietary requirements: Tasters may contain gluten and/or dairy.
Ticket transfer: If you can't attend and want to pass your ticket to someone else, they just need to state the name of the original ticket holder at the start of the event.
Questions: Email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of the event.