Saturday, 6 August 2016

Forest and Folk Botanicals

Based at Milton Keynes Arts Centre in the gorgeous surrounds of the Georgian Manor House, Forest and Folk aims to support health and wellbeing by helping people reconnect to locally grown, medicinal plants.

Each quarter, members receive a subscription box full of herbal remedies and natural health products. This share in the harvest helps us plan ahead, grow some really special medicinal plants and invest in making luxurious products that you will enjoy. Think of it like a veg box scheme but for your medicine cabinet and bathroom shelves! Members also receive discounts on workshops at our studio and invitations to special events.


You are warmly invited to....

Grand Opening Evening - Friday 26th August, drop in anytime from 6pm

We'd love our supporters and family and friends to come and see what we've been up to and what we are planning! Feel free to drop in anytime after 6pm.

Enjoy botanically themed refreshments and relax in the garden with like minded folk. Browse the studio shop and find out more about community supported herbalism and our forthcoming launch of shares in the harvest. RSVP please.

Forest and Folk, South Pavillion, Milton Keynes Arts Centre, Parklands, MK14 5DZ

Foraging Walk with Forest and Folk - Sunday 28th August 2pm-5pm
Join us for a two hour foraging walk to learn about the kinds of medicinal and edible plants you can find on your doorstep. Back at the studio, we'll enjoy delicious botanical refreshments and nibble on some of the plants we gather.

The walk is suitable for complete beginners to those looking to take their foraging skills further. We will focus on both medicinal and edible plants and what you can easily do with them at home from simple suppers and preserving foods to first aid care and general health.

The walk is suitable for children and young people, under 16s accompained by a paying adult are free. The walk is gentle and mostly on the flat and will last for approx 2 hours, with plenty of rests and refreshments! *Please note there is no mushroom identification on this walk*
Bookings via Eventbrite.