Events

Here’s what is coming up. If you would like to explore a private event, get in touch. Check out the community page for ways to connect with others around these topics. View previous events here. Sign up to the mailing list below to stay informed when new dates are added.

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Foraging Walks

Next dates: TBC
In the meantime you can buy a gift voucher!
Email hello@wildfolk.org.uk

1-day Cooking on Fire Workshop with Hannah Thomas – Herbs and Wild

Saturday 25th July 2020

Come and learn some techniques in cooking on an open fire, do some foraging, and then feast on your culinary creations! We will share a late lunch together in a beautiful woodland.

If the date needs to be postponed, the credit will be put on a gift voucher to be used in the next 18 months.

Book now

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Willow Bird Feeder Workshop

DATE TBC
Fernhill Farm, Somerset

Come and join us at Fernhill Farm to weave a willow bird feeder and seed fat balls to give extra nourishment to the birds that visit your garden over winter.

Mary Cross of Organic Matters will be leading the workshop.

Private Groups

Have you got a group you would love to do something like this with? This could be for your work team, friends and family or a community group. I can organise the event for you, tailoring it your requirements. I have different venues and people I work with so I can pull it all together for you and create something wonderful!

Get in touch with your ideas.

What the people say…

“We really enjoyed the event. My daughter was
so engrossed in the story and I feel inspired to
do that at home now!”

Parent at Winter Solstice Storytelling 2019
Outdoor feast

“It was a slice of heaven; delicious wild food with a backdrop of wildflowers, candles and cosy cushions, on a glorious sunny midsummer’s evening.”

Midsummer Feast 2019

“James was amazing at picking up on the different interests in the group and expanding on comments made by different people. I loved it all!”

Foraging Walk with James Wood

Photos by Gem Hicks Photography and Steal the Day Photography.