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Wild Herb Walk foraging workshop – Sunday 25th June

CPRE Norfolk
By CPRE Norfolk
5th June 2023

Join CPRE Norfolk for our foraging workshop on Sunday 25th June, led by the very knowledgeable and enthusiastic herbalist Katy Fullilove.

The Wild Herb Walk is not very long in terms of distance, but there will be a lot of stopping and starting as we meet, chat about and harvest some of the plants along the way.
The terrain will be suitable for most walkers.

A basket containing foraged edible flowers and leaves.

Tickets now on sale

Tickets for this exciting and informative event are just £10 (+booking fee) but CPRE Norfolk members can attend for FREE.

Just book and pay for your tickets to secure your place and your ticket price will be refunded after the event*.

Tickets are very limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Book your tickets NOW

Further details

Meet at Stoke Ferry Common (End of School Lane) for a 10am start. Parking is available.

Attendees might wish to bring:

  • A notebook and pen
  • A camera
  • Secateurs/harvesting knife for wild greens and herbs
  • Basket/bag
  • Appropriate clothes for the weather and sturdy footwear

The Wild Herb Walk will be in a loop, ending back at the cars so attendees can drive to the pub afterwards to further discuss their new knowledge over lunch (optional, not included).

*The ticket price (excluding booking fee) will be refunded to CPRE members only who book and pay for their tickets in advance and attend the Wild Herb Walk. Refunds will be processed within 14 days and will be via the original payment method.

About Katy Fullilove

Katy Fullilove holding an edible flower and talking about it.

Katy is a herbalist, community gardener and general plant lover who enjoys sharing knowledge and enthusiasm about the natural world with others.

She has a Herbal Medicine degree from the University of Lincoln, which she completed with first class honours last year, and has since set up a community interest company to help make plant medicine and information surrounding it more accessible.

This includes sharing knowledge of plants and their amazing qualities through workshops, courses and guided walks.

Two women with baskets forage for edible plants in the grass.