Foraging at Juniper Hall

We ran a foraging course at Juniper Hall at the start of May for the Field Studies Council; we wrote about it here.  Everyone had a great time in what can only be described as a stunning location.  We were based at Juniper Hall and foraged around Box Hill.

The photos below were taken by Edward and Gill who have kindly agreed to let us share them on our blog.  This first photo is of the Hall itself, a fabulous building in Mickleham.
 Juniper Hall

This one is of a couple of the participants making dandelion bhajees for our Indian themed buffet dinner, and they turned out great!

A wild foods dinner including a venison curry, a wild greens curry, bhajees, pakoras, flat bread and somasas.
Foraging at Juniper Hall

This pheasant was wandering around in the field where we picked our dandelions; as you can see, it was ablaze with flowering dandelions.
Foraging at Juniper Hall Foraging at Juniper Hall

You can see plenty more photos that we took on our foraging at Juniper Hall weekend on our Facebook page, along with hundreds of other photos taken on our courses held at our ancient woodland camp in Kent.

About Gary

Lead Instructor at Jack Raven Bushcraft, teaching bushcraft, wilderness and survival skills to groups and individuals.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.