The walks will vary in length, suitable for a range of abilities, and take in different aspects of this part of Lancashire’s rich countryside from woodland to riverbanks.
More details of each walk will be published nearer the time, but for now, put these dates in your diary!
Monday 25th April 2011 (Easter Monday) –Celebrating Eostre: Help celebrate the pagan spring festival of Eostre by looking for sacred Anglo-Saxon herbs
Sunday 26th June 2011 – Aromatic Trail: Follow your nose as we seek out medicinal plants with a distinctive aroma.
Sunday 21st August 2011 – Celtic Legends: In the month of the Hazel Tree, we go in search of trees and plants that were used by the Celtic Druids.
Sunday 2nd October 2011 – Fruits and Roots: As Autumn establishes itself, we go in search of berries, fruits and roots that provide medicinal help for the coming winter.
All walks cost £5 each and will be led by Tim Cappelli, qualified herbalist, biologist and experienced walks guide. Please check the website for updates on route details, times and meeting points.