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Emily, Teacher: ‘I now keep seeing elder flower everywhere. It was great and the children loved it’

Paul: ‘It was a very different and interesting activity for the children to learn about foraging wild plants. A really great afternoon spent outside’

Ruby, aged 9: ‘We really, really liked it, and enjoyed making the elderflower cordial. We are going to make some more’

Joanna, Teacher: ‘It used all the children’s senses and was interactive and engaging.’

Zak, aged 12: ‘I thought the day was fascinating and I loved finding wild rocket growing in the park ‘

John Trotter, Solicitor: ‘Henry guided us with expertise, passion and skill, the open fire tastings were a great addition to the walk’

William Heath, Business Manager: ‘So, this is clearly not the easiest way to feed a household of seven. But it’s definitely an eye-opener, an underused resource, and it makes for a great walk. Definitely recommend: give Henry a call if you’re up Thorpeness way’

Ann Mander, Artist: ‘The walk was wet and windy but Henry’s love for the outdoors shone through and we warmed to the core with his homemade chestnut soup’

Celia, Teacher: ‘The kids have been asking to return to the park where we went foraging everyday for a week, they loved it and I loved seeing them engage with a different activity outside the syllabus’

Penelope, Designer: ‘The poppy seed cake and wild root patties were so good and I am confident I could identify many plants without poisoning myself!’

Jill, Painter: ‘I never thought so many plants could be used for food, I normally just paint them!’

EADT Review from Merry Meal of Maritime Miscellany

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