Time: March 30, 2014 from 2:45pm to 5pm
Location: Cemetery in Willesden Lane
Street: Willesden Lane
City/Town: London,NW6 7SD
Event Type: foraging
Organized By: Michael Stuart
Latest Activity: Feb 23, 2021
Pick and eat a fresh salad growing wild in Kilburn. We’ll do a short group walk to identify and talk about as many wild edible leaves as we can find - from dandelion to bittercress, lesser celandine to garlic mustard. We’ll end in a local pub eating a tasty freshly picked salad. The walk is for beginners and foragers alike with an emphasis on sharing knowledge of plants rather than an expert leading.
Where and when?
Meet at the gates of so-called Paddington Cemetery, Willesden Lane, NW6 7SD (near the Prince of Wales pub and Tesco) at 2.45 for a 3pm prompt start. If you arrive later then head towards the bee hives by turning left inside the cemetery and keep going till you hit a wall.
Weather check: If it's more than spitting on the day please check here and I'll announce if it's postponed.
For more information email: Michael.Stuart6@gmail.com
Free event with the wonderful Urban Harvest
and with Kensal to Kilburn Fruit Harvesters and Transition Kensal to Kilburn
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