Foraging Courses in the West Midlands

Our foraging courses in the West Midlands are a fantastic way to explore the regions rich natural landscapes. Our venues here range from ancient woodlands in the Golden Valley, established meadows, pasture and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and are sure to be plentiful throughout the year, ideal for learning to safely and sustainably identify and harvest natures bounty. 

Herefordshire, Drovers Rest Foraging Courses

The Drovers Rest is a beautiful 16th century organic farm, nestled in the Golden Valley at the foot of the Black Mountains. The farm is surrounded by 200 acres of  ancient woodland, riverside and common land boasting spectacular views.  Over the years we have built up a special relationship with...
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Not suitable for prams or pushchairs, baby carriers suggested No dogs allowed at venue

Herefordshire, Eastnor Castle Foraging Courses

Our foraging courses will be held around the Eastnor Castle Deer Park, a beautiful 300 acre parkland overlooking the surrounding countryside and the Malvern Hills. We will also be walking into the Eastnor Castle grounds, with its mixture of mature park and wooded areas. The arboretum contains vintage Yews and...
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Happy to have well behaved dogs on lead Not suitable for prams or pushchairs, baby carriers suggested

Herefordshire, Ross-on-Wye Foraging Courses

Linton, on the outskirts of Ross-on-Wye is a lovely little village, within easy reach of Monmouth, Ledbury, Gloucester and even Cheltenham. St Mary’s churchyard is home to one of the oldest Yew trees in Britain believed to be well over 1,000 years old! We will meet at the Alma Inn,...
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Happy to have well behaved dogs on lead Not suitable for prams or pushchairs, baby carriers suggested

Shropshire, Bridgnorth Foraging Courses

We always enjoy teaching at Comer Woods, which is part of the beautiful Dudmaston Estate on the outskirts of Bridgnorth. This woodland’s mixture of pine, beech, ancient trees and well established meadows allow for a diverse range of plants and mushrooms to grow throughout the year. This well situated venue...
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Happy to have well behaved dogs on lead Suitable for wheelchairs Suitable for pushchairs

Worcestershire, Rush Farm Foraging Courses

Established hedgerows, species rich grassland and ancient pasture ensures that our courses here will cover a wide variety of plants and mushrooms throughout the year.
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Happy to have well behaved dogs on lead Not suitable for prams or pushchairs, baby carriers suggested

Worcestershire, Ashton Under Hill Foraging Courses

Ashton under Hill is a lovely little village in the Wychavon district of Worcestershire, making it within easy reach of Evesham, Worcester, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Stratford-upon-Avon, Bromsgrove and even Redditch. We will meet at the Star Inn, a friendly country pub in idyllic surroundings. Our courses begin with a short introduction...
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Cheshire, Lloyds Meadow Autumn Foraging Courses

Lloyds Meadow is a beautiful lakeside glamping site that promises to be an exciting new venue for us in 2024. Sitting to the west of the great Delamere Forest, this venue has the trees, meadows, hedges, streams and open water needed to support the varied range of wild plants and...
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West Midlands, Solihull Foraging Courses

Elmdon Park has a mixture of meadows, woodland, streams and ponds, making it a great location for foraging.
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Happy to have well behaved dogs on lead Suitable for pushchairs

Staffordshire, Cannock Chase Autumn Foraging Courses

Cannock Chase is a large area of natural deciduous woodland, coniferous plantations and lowland heath, creating a diverse environments for many wild mushrooms to flourish during the autumn months. At 26 square miles it is the smallest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in mainland Britain, established as such in 1958...
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Happy to have well behaved dogs on lead Not suitable for prams or pushchairs, baby carriers suggested

Warwickshire, Leamington Spa Spring Foraging Courses

We will meet at the Red Lion, a beautiful riverside pub in the village of Hunningham on the outskirts of Leamington Spa. This lovely venue is within easy reach from Warwick, Coventry, Rugby, Banbury, Birmingham, Redditch and Leicester.   Our courses begin with a short introduction to Wild Food UK,...
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