THE PLANT-BASED COMMUNITY COOKERY SCHOOL
Saturday 30th April 2022
10:30am - 12:30pm
£40 (£30 concession/£12 unwaged). All funds raised go towards our community meal service providing free nutritious, tasty meals to households who need them during these challenging times.
Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, Southern Grove, Mile End, London E3 4PX (a short walk from Mile End Tube Station in E3)
Join wild food enthusiast, Ken Greenway, for a foraging experience at the amazing award-winning Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, one of London’s Magnificent Seven Victorian Cemeteries. Closed to burials since 1966 and a designated public park and Local Nature Reserve, the park has an extraordinary diversity of both woodland and meadow plants.
The event will include:
“THCP is nothing short of stunning and Kenneth, my Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park guide, is unbelievably knowledgeable about edible plants.” Wild Food Walk participant
Ken Greenway is site manager of THCP and is also an accredited Humanist celebrant, Horticulture Manager for Grounded Ecotherapy and the course leader on Forage London’s event ‘Wild Food, Wild Nature’. Ken studied Environmental Biology at the University of Greenwich and has worked at THCP since 2002 where he has developed his intimate knowledge of the site as well as his passion for wild food and foraging. Ken is also a Come Dine with Me winner!
Fee*: £40 (£30 Concession/£12 unwaged**) inclusive of VAT. Please come weather-prepared (the class will not be cancelled in case of wet weather).
* All funds raised go towards our community meal service providing free nutritious, tasty meals to households who need them during these challenging times.
** Concessionary rate available for students, pensioners, unemployed and low waged.
Refunds: we require a minimum of 7 days' notice for any cancellations or transfers once you have booked onto a class.
For information: email@example.com / 020 8442 4266
Location: Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, Southern Grove, Mile End, London E3 4PX (a short walk from Mile End Tube Station in E3)