Foraging Courses in Wales

The rich countryside in Wales provides the perfect backdrop for discovering wild edibles in the UK, from the sheltered valleys and ancient woodlands in the Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park to riversides and green-lands in Carmarthenshire and the urban foraging available in Cardiff, the diverse ecosystems ensure a bountiful educational foraging experience all year round!

North Wales, Snowdonia Foraging Courses.

Cefn Coed is a magical setting for our foraging courses. This historical Welsh farm estate dates back to the 17th century and is situated in a sheltered valley in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. ‘Cefn Coed’ means ‘the back of the woods’ in Welsh and the farm nestles...
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Carmarthenshire, Glynhir Estate Foraging Courses

Glynhir Mansion is a beautiful, rural 17th century farmhouse, set in the stunning Welsh countryside in Carmarthenshire. This country estate really is a special place. Managed today in a traditional way, it has a working farm, long-established orchard and large vegetable garden. You may also see some of the wandering...
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Cardiff, Bute Park Foraging Courses

Cardiff’s Bute Park is a beautiful city centre park, and due to its mixed habitat is surprisingly plentiful in wild plant, flower and mushroom species throughout the year. Our Foraging Courses begin with a short introduction to Wild Food UK, what to expect from your day and a brief summary...
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Happy to have well behaved dogs on lead Not suitable for prams or pushchairs, baby carriers suggested