Foraging walk (0904)

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    Start dateOctober 30 2022
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    Time09:45 am
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    LocationRG9 4JD
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    PriceFree (£1 donation for Rewilding Harpsden)

We will walk through woodland into an area where there are several clusters of magnificent sweet chestnut trees. The nuts can be baked, roasted, boiled or microwaved. Once cooked and peeled they can be eaten as they are or used in desserts and stuffing. Delicious. Please bring gardening or other sturdy gloves as they are very prickly to handle and a small bag to carry them home. The walk is under 4k.

Additional information

£1 for Rewilding Harpsden (www.rewildingharpsden.weebly.com)

Isabelle Brough.
White Hill, Crowsley Park Wood There are a few parking spaces at the meeting point. Please walk there if you can.
3 miles
Short walks (up to 3 miles)
2h 15m
Moderate (more challenging, for keen/active walkers)
Gentle
6
Yes
Yes (Children love foraging. Please make sure they wear gardening gloves before handling chestnuts - very prickly!)