Sunday 12 May

2.00-4.00pm 

St Swithun's Churchyard, Woodbury

Meet at Lychgate

Entry by donation, but places limited so please book

A nature walk looking at the use of edible

plants through history -

"helping to restore vital connections

with nature through experiential

understanding" 

Robin Harford is an Exeter-based forager, plant researcher and teacher, especially interested in the history of wild  plants as food.

 

He describes himself as a "sensory botanist ... focused on British wild edible plants.  I also travel the world listening to and following the ancient whispers that talk to me through my heart and imagination."

This short stroll may take the whole two hours, as Robin has found more than 20 plants to talk about just in the churchyard -  though we may make it into one of the nearby lanes, too.  Please dress for the weather, bring your own refreshments, and be aware of the changes of level, steep slopes and steps in the churchyard, and the unprotected drop into Church Stile Lane.

https://www.eatweeds.co.uk/about

Please reserve a place here or by emailing info@woodbury-wide-awake.co.uk

or call 01395 239078