Pick and eat a fresh salad growing wild in Kilburn. We’ll do a very short group walk, stopping to identify and talk about as many wild edibles as we can find - from dandelion to bittercress, birch sap to garlic mustard.
Free, with donations welcomed for Salusbury WORLD refugee charity.
We’ll end in the neighbouring pub eating a freshly picked salad for Sunday tea. The walk is suitable for beginners and people who've done some foraging alike and ideally we can share our group knowledge of plants.
Where and when?
Meet at the gates of the cemetery on Willesden Lane, NW6 7SD (near The Olive Tree and Tesco) at 1.55 for a 2pm start. If you arrive later then head down the slope by turning left inside the cemetery and keep going till you hit a wall or see us.
It's quite a low, muddy, area so if it's a wet week bring footwear you don't mind getting muddy!
Weather check: If it's more than spitting on the day please check here and I'll announce if it's postponed by noon.
For more information email: Michael.Stuart6@gmail.com
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