Wild Food Foraging Walk

Price From: £15


From Wed 15 May. The session will last one hour.


Discover the secrets of nature's bounty with The Cramlington Forager, your gateway to exploring the wild landscapes of Northumberland through the art of foraging.

Foraging is available at the following locations on different dates, please select your chosen experience from the booking grid.

  • Combois Beach
  • Horton Burn
  • Valley Park

Join us on an enlightening journey where you will learn to identify a variety of wild edibles, including flowers, fruits, foliage, and fungi. Your expert guides ensure that you forage safely and legally, while also teaching you how to respect and sustain the natural environment.

During the guided walks, you will gain practical knowledge on how to incorporate wild foods into your culinary repertoire. The Cramlington Forager offers valuable tips on preparation, storage, and preservation to help you maximise the benefits of your harvest. Additionally, you will explore the medicinal and nutritional advantages of the wild edibles you collect.

Embrace the adventure of foraging with The Cramlington Forager and transform the way you see and use the natural resources around you. Book your experience today and start your journey towards becoming a skilled and responsible forager!

Useful Information:

  • Please dress for the unpredicatable British weather, and wear whatever footwear you feel comfortable in.
  • Feel free to bring a notepad and pen if you want to take notes along the way.
  • Children under the age of 14 are free to attend all of the Wild Food Foraging Walks so long as they come along with a paying adult.
  • An email will be sent out to all attendees a few days before the event to email addresses used during the booking process to confirm all of the details and meeting information.
  • Please check your spam filters for these emails.


Business providing experience

Gemma Cramlington Forager 41

The Cramlington Forager

Welcome to The Cramlington Forager, where Gemma, a seasoned foraging guide based in Cramlington, Northumberland, invites enthusiasts to delve into the sustainable practice of foraging. Born from a lifelong passion that started with childhood blackberry picking adventures, The Cramlington Forager was established to extend the joys and lessons of foraging to the local community.

Launched in 2021, the business challenges the idea that one must be nestled deep in the countryside to engage in foraging. Northumberland’s rich tapestry of breathtaking landscapes, woodlands, coastlines, and even urban parks, offers abundant foraging opportunities that are often surprising and rewarding.

The Cramlington Forager is committed to promoting the use of local green spaces, highlighting their critical role as natural havens for both wildlife and humans. Through foraging, people gain unique insights into nature's secrets, from seasonal changes to emerging flora, enhancing their understanding and commitment to environmental stewardship.

Gemma shares her extensive knowledge through social media, a blog that features tips on identifying wild foods safely, sustainable foraging techniques, and recipes using wild ingredients. Aligned with the natural cycles, her practices emphasize the health benefits of living in harmony with the seasons.

Additionally, Gemma contributes to community projects like 'The Friends of Doddington Wood' and actively participates in the Cramlington WI as a WI Climate Ambassador. In 2024, The Cramlington Forager proudly partners with Visit Northumberland, aiming to showcase the region's natural beauty and vibrant culture.

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