Wild Medicine Walk

(2 customer reviews)


Plant walk around the picturesque village of St. Mawgan and the Vale of Lanherne.

Learn about the folklore, history & traditional uses of the plants, trees and weeds of the beautiful Cornish countryside.

Saturday 22nd May 10 – 12.30 am

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Join me for a rambling wild medicine plant walk through the beautiful Cornish countryside, taking in the folklore, history and traditional uses of the plants, trees and weeds we encounter on the way. Our leisurely stroll will last for approximately two hours, with a break for refreshments at the half way point. The morning will end with a short sound meditation.

The wild medicine plant walk will be a combination of herbal facts, plant identification, story-telling, and drinking in the sounds of nature.

The circular route takes in an easy going, flat terrain which is suitable for most people in good health. However the nature of the trail does unfortunately make it unsuitable for wheelchair users.

Field notes and refreshments are included in the price. Our stop off point will be Off The Path Coffee, a boutique tea garden with views over the Vale of Lanherne. Brunch / gin is an optional extra should you wish to partake.

The walk will begin promptly at 10 am. Instructions around where to meet and what to bring / wear will be sent to participants upon placing your booking.

Please note that the event is hosted entirely outdoors. Participant numbers are strictly limited for the enjoyment of all, and to comply with current government guidelines.

All reasonable measures have been put in place to ensure the safety and comfort of everyone participating in the plant medicine walk. Please see our terms of service page for details of our COVID safety measures, and information about our cancellations and refunds policy.

2 reviews for Wild Medicine Walk

  1. Linda Wicks

    I loved the plant walk! Whether you’re new to wild plants or already well versed, Sarah’s warmth and wisdom will open up new connections. This experience ticks lots of boxes – informative, sociable, reflective, engaging – and a lovely way to enjoy the outdoors.

  2. Elyssa

    Sarah is so lovely and enthusiastic in her teaching. She lead the walk with lots of care for all and the little pit stop for tea was delightful. There was also a beautiful drum ceremony at the end which was a magical way to end the morning 🙂

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