Garden & Meadow Foraging with the National Garden Scheme

Bryngwyn Manor, Raglan, 26th April 2024 – 11am – 2.30pm

This spring we’ve been offered the wonderful opportunity to collaborate with The National Garden Scheme at Bryngwyn Manor. The Manor boasts 3 acres of garden and meadow, perfect for a spring forage!

Daffodil Walk at Bryngwyn Manor


Our experienced foraging instructor & medical doctor, Dr Rob Judson, will guide a walk around the gardens and grounds of Bryngwyn Manor, teaching you basics of identification, safety and ethical foraging practices. Dr Rob will show you how to identify the various seasonal edible and poisonous spring shoots, plants, flowers and hopefully mushrooms that we find along the way. They’ll also be an opportunity to sample some treats made with foraged ingredients such as our lovely hogweed and wild garlic soup.

Following the walk, it’s back to the Manor for a tasty wild food lunch, this will include some treats made from our finds, a wild salad that we will pick on the day and some delicious wild garlic pesto. There will also be some tasty cake available courtesy of Louise at the Manor.

After the course, we will email you the course notes detailing everything we talked about and found on the day to help you remember what you have learned.

Profits from the day will be split equally between Wild Food UK and the National Garden Scheme (NGS) who donate it to the various charities they support including Macmillan and Marie Curie.

The NGS are managing the bookings for this course so please follow this link to find out more and book HERE.




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