Outing 2021: Foraging Tour at the Belmont Estate, Wraxall - Wednesday 15th September, 2pm
We have rearranged this visit, which was originally planned for 2020
It will proceed subject to Government guidance regarding coronavirus at the time
The Belmont Estate, Wraxall, near Bristol
Wednesday 15th September 2021, 2pm
The Belmont Estate has a strong ethos of sustainability, connection, well-being, community and care for the environment. Alongside rewilding projects, the estate encourages - and aims to educate people about - ecological regeneration.
Our guided walk of approximately 1.5 hours will take us through ancient woodland and parkland. It will focus on foraging, but also look at some areas that have been rewilded. We are likely to learn about edible wildflowers, fungi and nuts, with a herbal interest where possible. The event will be entirely outside.
The estate is on a hill next to Tyntesfield (National Trust). Though the walk will be on paths, there are likely to be some quite steep areas. Please wear appropriate footwear and clothing.
There is a limit of 30 attendees. The Belmont Estate will keep records of who is coming for track and trace purposes, so you need to buy a ticket in advance. Please comply with the Government guidance regarding coronavirus at the time of the visit (e.g. mask-wearing and social distancing, as appropriate).
Location: Belmont Estate, Wraxall, Bristol BS48 1NF (plenty of parking is available, but please car share wherever this is an option).
BUY YOUR TICKET (£7.50) direct from the Belmont Estate.