Thursday, 2 May, 2019
10:15 am - 5:00 pm
Surrey Hills Yurts Logmore Lane, Westcott Surrey RH4 3GB
Come and join us for inspired hedgerow foraging in the wondrous Surrey Hills with the famous John Wright!
We will walk around the Surrey countryside and foraging expert John Wright will teach you to recognise the many fine dining opportunities that can be found in the hedgerow, wood and field. The day will start with a traditional forager’s nip – and include a wild cocktail at some point in the proceedings, just to keep you going. At the end of the foray John will demonstrate how to cook rural gastronomy from your foraged treasures.
John Wright of River Cottage fame is a Dorset forager of sea, land and hedgerow who is passionate about sharing his love of all things wild and edible with others. Through his writing, forays, talks, TV and radio appearances he encourages all to take at least an occasional cook on the wild side. He is the author of three foragers guides for the River Cottage Handbook series (The Edible Seashore, Hedgerow and Mushrooms).
Time: 10.30 – 17:00 (Please arrive at least 15 min prior to the start)
Public transport: the nearest train station Dorking Main; less than 10 min from the train station by taxi.
Address: Surrey Hills Yurts, Mad Horse Copse Farm, Logmore Lane, Westcott, Surrey RH4 3GB (please use the map for the end of the journey once you are in Westcott – not Sat Nav)
What to bring: comfortable boots, waterproof coats, extra lunch if needed, water bottle.
Parking: Parking is limited on site – please share where possible. When booking please specify the number of cars.
Refreshments: Selection of local artisan cheeses and biscuits, tea and coffee provided during lunch.
Dogs: sadly, no dogs are allowed during the event as dogs and forays do not go well together!
Weather: we will go ahead with the event whatever the weather – it is all part of the fun.
To book please visit: https://surreyhillsyurts.co.uk/rural-crafts-education/workshop-calendar