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Three activities to bring together food and fun

16 Aug 2021, by Naturebreak

When you're out and about outdoors, hunger is never too far away, but what if there was a way to bring food and fun together outdoors? Well, luckily for you there are dozens of foodie based activities available in the UK and here are our top 3.

Introduction to Wild Food 

A must-do bucket list experience in the stunning Exmoor National Park, this introduction to wild food teaches you how to forage the countryside. As part of this exciting outdoor experience you'll get to try three sealed local products made from wild edibles to show you just how delicious foraged food can be.

Moorwilds Family Wild Foraging Malmsmead 2020 Moor Wild Experiences

Forage, Feast and Farm Adventures

You can immerse yourself in a sensory nature explosion with wild foraging, feasting from the firepit and handling farm animals in the heart of Exmoor. Take a stroll to the foraging patch beside the River Yeo and learn up to 15 wild edibles, taste some produce and dip your toe in the fresh spring water. And fear not, the foodie experience isn't over yet,  return to the historical 16th Century barn yard for a welcoming glass of sparkling wine and slowly cooked casserole around a crackling firepit.

Moor Wild Experiences Meet Farm Animals Sheep Foraging Feasting Jason Broughton

Family Survival and Bushcraft Adventure

In Wiveliscombe, West Somerset you can take on nature as a family, trying out  survival techniques and bushcraft cooking. You'll learn how to find water, light a fire, build a shelter, bush craft cooking and creating your own outdoor kitchen to ensure you survive in the wilderness.


With these three exciting outdoor pursuits you'll never go hungry and mother nature will be your head chef. Find out about even more adventures across the UK here.

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