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Beltane Wild Medicine Walk
Wild Medicine & Foraging with Alice Betony
Mentored by Alice BetonyMentor summary: Herbalist & Forager
For ages: 18+ years
What we'll do
Come along to share this special seasonal festival, the peak of spring and the start of summer. Earth energies are at their strongest and most active. All of life is bursting with potent fertility and life force. Share this informative short walk to teach you some basic botany and plant ID and to introduce you to all the wild medicine and food that is in abundance at this time of year. We will end the walk by tasting some wild teas and sampling some love potions and jumping over a small fire in honour of Beltane, a pledge to yourselves to leave behind what is no longer helping us. We will hang ribbons in a tree and make a wish or a blessing, thanking nature for all of their gifts to humankind.
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Wowo Campsite, Wapsbourne Manor Farm, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 3QT
My experience consists of a leisure activity, on a specific date(s), and therefore the 14-day ‘cooling off period’ under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 does not apply.
• Refund Policy: 30 days notice or longer - 90% refunded 15 - 29 days notice - 50% refunded 14 days or less notice - No refund Photographs or films may be taken during the workshops for publicity purposes, if you do not wish yourself or your child/children to be photographed or filmed please let the workshop provider know before the workshop begins. The workshop provider takes full responsibility if an incident occurs during the workshop. The workshop provider reserves the right to not accept a participant if they appear to be intoxicated with no refund. Please do not send any knives with the children to the workshops. Dogs can not attend workshops.