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Sun, 08 Sept


The Giant Spoon, Cramlington

Forager's Ramble

Surround yourself in nature as you explore the abundance of delicious wild edibles, and take a long walk through the local countryside with The Cramlington Forager, gathering Blackberries as we go.

Forager's Ramble
Forager's Ramble

Time & Location

08 Sept 2024, 10:30 – 14:00

The Giant Spoon, Cramlington , Seghill, Cramlington NE23, UK

About the Event

Join us on the Forager's Ramble through open countryside, along hedgerows and through woodlan, and explore the incredible abundance of wild edibles in Autumn in Northumberland. The trail will take us from Cramlington along to Seaton Deleval, where we will stop off for a lunch break, after which we will turn around and come back along the way we came, gathering blackberries as we go.

This event will last around 3-4 hours, with a stop in the middle for lunch. We will be covering about 4 miles in total.

- What to Expect -

🌱You will learn how to correctly identify wild edibles, which can include flowers, fruits, foliage and fungi.

🌱How to forage safely and within the law.

🌱How to act sustainably when out and about.

🌱How to use wild food in the kitchen, including tips on how to prepare, store and preserve them and make the most of your harvest.

🌱We'll also look at the medicinal and nutritional benefits of the wild edibles we come across.

🌱You'll return home with a delicious bounty of blackberries.

🌱 After the event, you'll recieve a free pdf copy of 'Foraging For Blackberries' a short guide to foraging for Blackberries, their uses and medicinal benefits and a few folktales as well. This guide also includes a few of all of my favourite blackberry recipes as well.

🌱I'll be bringing along a few wild snacks to share with the group, made using seasonal ingredients.

- What to Bring -

Please dress for the unpredicatable British weather, and wear whatever footwear you feel comfortable in. 

Feel free to bring a notepad and pen if you want to take notes along the way.

A container to carry your Blackberries - a plastic tupperware box is great for this. I will bring along a few spares just incase.

A pack lunch to eat at our stopping point. 

- Accessibility -

This route is  mostly over level ground, over grass and dirt tracks. There is car parking available at the meeting location, but no designated blue badge parking. There are no toilet facilities available along the walk. If you have any accesibilty requirements I ask that you can please get in touch before booking just to make sure that this route is right for you.

- Extra Information -

This event is adult only (14+), please see the Wild Food Walks or Foraging with Kids events which are suitable for children.

An email will be sent out to all attendees a few days before the event to email addresses used during the booking process to confirm all of the details and meeting information. Please check your spam filters for these emails.


  • Adult

    Sale ends: 07 Sept, 06:05



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