Foraging experiences in Pembrokeshire
Do you think of your back garden, your local hedgerow or the seashore as a larder?
Would you know what you could eat or what was useful as a natural dye? For those experienced foragers, these little discovered ecosystems can provide an abundance of provisions.
Foraging encourages you to eat with the seasons and take only what you need, always leaving behind enough for the wildlife and to allow go to seed for next season and never pulling out the roots.
Learning foraging skills along the coast and in the countryside of Pembrokeshire is a great way to slow down and re-connect with nature whilst learning more about ecosystems right on your doorstep. A foraging course will teach you the essential skills to identify edible ingredients and more importantly the one’s to stay well away from.
Please take care! Wild food foraging should only be undertaken with a guided expert and some of the best are right here in Pembrokeshire
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Fynnone Arms is a traditional pub dating from the 18th Century which is full of Welsh charm. Serving real ales and fine wines. Our food menus cater for a variety of dietary requiremnets
Stackpole Walled Gardens
The 6 acre walled garden on the Stackpole Estate was created around 1770 to provide vegetables and fruit for Sir John Campbell (Lord Cawdor) and his family.
A Bay to Remember.
Our fully guided trips are a combination of education, fun and exhilaration. Whether you are a family with young children or a wildlife enthusiast, we offer an unforgettable experience.
Tenby Museum & Art Gallery
The museum features the prehistory of the area, maritime and piracy, a local history gallery and the Story of Tenby Gallery as well as two art galleries featuring work by Gwen and Augustus John.