Food For Free Walks – Part of The National Trust Bushcraft Series Of Events 

Sunday 7th May & Sunday 14th May 2017

A guided walk on the edible and medicinal plants growing along the River Wey in Weybridge.

The talk is given by Vincent Learoyd from Ramblers Fayre.

Each and every visit to a National Trust place helps support the charity’s work caring for special places for future generations. 
The National Trust looks after more than 250,000 hectares of countryside, 775 miles of coastline and hundreds of historic places across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

About The Walks

Two hugely fascinating short walks with author, Vincent Learoyd, identifying the vegetation growing along the towpath, followed by a separate bush craft session at Dapdune Wharf in June.
The events are organised by the National Trust, with proceeds going to the charity.

When & Where

Price & Booking

Price £5 per session.
Booking is essential.

or phone the Navigations Office on 01483 561389
please mention the All About Weybridge website

Ramblers Fayre

Ramblers fare is an easy guide to learning about the many uses of native wild plants. From making salads to creating natural remedies.