Ludlow Autumn Foraging Course | Mortimer Forest Ludlow Shropshire   | Fri 2nd November 2018 Lineup

Ludlow Autumn Foraging Course

Mortimer Forest in Ludlow Shropshire

Friday 2nd November 2018

12:00pm til 3:30pm

No age restrictions

This course is a simple foraging walk around Mortimer Forest where we will identify a number of edible and poisonous wild mushrooms, fruits & plants.

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Ludlow Autumn Foraging Course on Friday 2nd November 2018

Mortimer Forest has a lovely mixture of well established woodland including some mature and even ancient Oak trees, Birch and Beech Copses plus plenty of Larch and Pine trees. This wide variety of trees gives us a very diverse selection of mushrooms to talk about throughout Autumn.

Situated on the outskirts of Ludlow, food capital of Britain, there’s no better place to learn about the finest, culinary, wild food.

We will meet in the Black Pool Car Park. The course starts there with a 20 minute introduction on how to forage safely and sustainably, and a brief of the general countryside codes where they relate to foragers.

Then we’ll set off for a roughly 2.5 hour walk around the area identifying the different edible and poisonous plants, fruits and mushrooms that we come across. We will then go back to The Woodman to discuss and taste our finds over a wild food light lunch.

Ideal for both the total novice and the intermediate forager looking to improve their knowledge, it is also an unusual and informative family outing!

For more details or to book; visit our website, email us, or give us a call.

There are limited places available so please book your place on-line in advance.

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