Frequently Asked Questions
1. Is there a first-aider on the course.
Yes. Craig is a qualified First Aider. Craig also holds a food hygeine certificate.
2. What if the weather's bad
The courses will continue except in exeptional weather. You will be informed of any cancellation prior to the course date. Course attendees should dress appropriately.
3. What happens in the event of an injury or emergency.
The courses will only take place in locations with adequate mobile coverage. 2 fully charged mobile phones will be present on every course. Craig also holds a first aid certificate.
4. What if I'm allergic to shellfish
Any allergies should be disclosed during the Meet & Greet where you will be advised accordingly
5. Can I take my foraged items home?
Yes, of course, however, due to my conservation policy, I would strongly suggest that you don't take more than for your immediate personal need.
6. What if I get wet?
We recommend you bring a change of clothes and a towel.
7. What if the course is cancelled
If we cancel the course, you will receive a full refund within 14 days of cancellation.
8.What if I need to cancel?
The course will still proceed however, if you cancel within the 31 days prior to the course date, you will be refunded 50% of the course fee. There will be no refund if cancellation is within 31 days of the course date.
9. Where can I stay
There will be a list of local accommodation providers available.
10. Can I bring my dog?
Yes, provided that dogs are allowed at the particular course location. Your dog is your responsibility at all times. Please notify us if you intend to bring a dog.
11. Can I bring children
Yes. Children 17 and under can attend free of charge, however, they are totally your responsibility and must be accompanied by a paying adult at all times
12. £10 Public Transport Discount
If you travel to the course from your home address via public transport, you will receive £10 cash back on arrival. Please retain your ticket/receipt as proof of transportation.
13. Toilet Facilities
Please keep in mind that there may not be public toilet facilities at the more remote locations.
14. Do I need to be fit?
A certain degree of fitness is required as a course could entail walking up to 4 miles or more; over various different trerrains (rocks, stones, mud, sand etc.).
15. How long will the course take?
The course will consist of:
- An introduction - Health and Safety, tides, foraging etiquette ect.
- Approximately 2-3 hours at the foraging location
- If applicable/feasible, we then cook some of the foraged items for a taste/sample.
In short the courses can last from 4.5 to 8 hours.