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Organic foraging workshops at The Community Farm

Ever eaten wild blackberries or nuts? Then you’ve already taken your first steps on a foraging adventure. If it left you wanting more, why not continue your learning journey safely and sustainably with expert forager, Martin Bailey.

Martin foraging community farm

The Community Farm is to host three of Martin’s popular workshops this spring. Complete novices and experienced foragers alike will have an opportunity to explore the organic hedgerows and natural pastures at the spectacular Chew Valley venue, between Bristol and Bath.

A variety of edible species feature at The Farm, including forager favourites, such as elderflower, nettles and sloes, as well as sorrel and fat hen. Once picked, these harvests can be transformed into preserves, soups, salads and cordials.

Following the forage foray, you’ll be refreshed and inspired by a meal made by Martin from the ingredients gathered.  

Visit or call 01225 913097 for more information.

Upcoming dates  

10 March | 10am–1pm

Spring Foraging Workshop


Includes lunch

21 April | 10.00am–12.30pm

Family Forage and Feast (ages 2–7 years)  


Includes one accompanying adult and lunch

21 April | 1.20pm–4.00pm

Family Forage and Feast (ages 8-11 years)  


Includes one accompanying adult and a meal

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