Foraging for wild food at Predannack

A walk exploring seasonal wild food to forage in the beautiful setting of Predannack, on the Lizard’s west coast

with Justin Whitehouse, National Trust, the Lizard


Foraging foodWe all know about picking tasty brambles and sloe berries, but there are many other wild plants it is safe to collect and eat. This short walk around Predannack, near Mullion, is packed with tasty wild food to forage. We’ve arranged the downloadable PDFs so you can choose spring, summer or autumn foraging, according to the time of year you do the walk. There is also a map with complete plant list, as well as a general introductory overview.

Happy foraging!

The expert: Justin Whitehouse. A botanist by training, Justin has been a ranger with the National Trust on the Lizard for over 15 years. He is as passionate about foraging for wild food as he is about the conservation of plants, and believes strongly both can work together so long as foraging is undertaken sensitively.

Downloadable PDFS: