Hedgerow Jam and Foraging Walk at Loglands Nature Reserve, Hull

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Down to Earth would like to invite you along to their forthcoming Hedgerow Jam & Foraging Walk on

6pm on Thursday 13th September

at Loglands Nature Reserve, meeting at Hardington Close car park off Frome Road

A friendly woodland walk to learn more about edible wild plants growing all around us and collect all that you need to make the jam at home.  Recipes provided.

Places are free, but limited, so please don’t forget to book or for any enquiries contact

Phone: 07936 006 452

E-mail:  down-2-earth@outlook.com

Facebook:  facebook.com/d2ehull

For all participants, please make sure you wear sturdy footwear and long trousers.  Useful things to bring with you are notepad and pencil, gloves, camera, secateurs, collecting bag/container, waterproofs and a drink.

Hope to see you there!



Down to Earth is a voluntary organisation which promotes an appreciation and understanding of the natural environment and works to achieve positive change within the community through the delivery of empowering hands-on learning activities.

The group’s aims include supporting people to improve their physical and mental health through increased interaction with their natural environment, increasing community cohesion by inspiring people to work together to improve their local environment, creating more natural and living spaces within the city of Hull, and creating learning, personal development and employment opportunities for local people linked to the natural environment.

Down to Earth’s members have a collective wealth of experience of delivering nature and growing orientated workshops to both adults and young people in a wide variety of educational settings including colleges, schools, children’s centres, youth groups, churches and community centres, and in public spaces around the city.