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Spending time in nature is beneficial to all, and foraging for wild food can be a truly immersive way of connecting with nature and all that it has to offer. I encourage everyone to explore nature and to live as 'wild' as they can, and I am aiming to make attending foraging workshops and events with The Cramlington Forager as accessible as possible and to provide all the information needed before hand so you can make the decision about which session is best for you.

With no set base or venue, the demands of each event changes depending on its location. I aim to provide accurate information about the accessibility of all locations and you will find on each event page a description of the location and the type of terrain; this will include how level the ground is, whether there is a formal path, if the route is over hills or steep inclines for example. I will also include information about local facilities such as whether or not there is local transport, parking, resting places and toilets available near by.  

I am more than happy to provide physical or digital copies of the information covered in any of the events, and this is available upon request when booking at no extra cost. There is an option to add notes to your booking during checkout, so please just add if you would like a physical or digital copy of the information to be provided on the day of the event.

Carer's tickets are also available on request free of charge for all foraging events, please just get in touch via email to make the arrangements.

If you have an additional need, or the accessibility information provided on the individual event pages doesn't cover what is needed, I would encourage you to get in touch with me before booking and I can make recommendations about the best location and session for you and make sure that you get the most out of your foraging walk.

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