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Foraging Walk from Blaise Castle with Steve England

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Foraging Walk from Blaise Castle with Steve England

Discover and forage seasonal wild edibles with multi award winning conservationist and Bristol Post columnist Steve England. Learn about what to eat, what not to eat and where to look.  Walk with Steve around the estate exploring various habitats, he will reveal the amazing array of wildlife and help you collect lots of edible goodies on your journey.

Then return to Blaise Community Garden and have a wild lunch with what you have gathered, along with wild trout to cook.  All washed down with some fresh Birch tree sap.

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    Foraging Walk from Blaise Castle with Steve England

    Theme: Tastings, TicketSellers, Walks and Tours, Workshops and Demos
    Venue: North, West, Surrounding Areas
    On: Saturday 15th June
    Time: 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
    Address: Blaise Community Garden, Lawrence Weston, Kings Weston Rd, Bristol BS10 7QS
    Cost: £35
    Concessions: Children's ticket - £10

    Discover and forage seasonal wild edibles with multi award winning conservationist and Bristol Post columnist Steve England. Learn about what to eat, what not to eat and where to look.  Walk with Steve around the estate exploring various habitats, he will reveal the amazing array of wildlife and help you collect lots of edible goodies on your journey.

    Then return to Blaise Community Garden and have a wild lunch with what you have gathered, along with wild trout to cook.  All washed down with some fresh Birch tree sap.

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