WildGuernsey

Category: foraging


Foraging for your store cupboard and soul.

    Eating wild food doesn’t mean hours collecting, preparing and cooking for one meal. Wild Hedge veg and store cupboard condiments can help.  I pulled over on the coast road the other day, late so a bit rushed and after…

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Walk ‘The Channel Island Way’ from WildGuernsey camping barely touching the road.

I wandered down to the beach with Hugo and looked over to the southwest point, glancing at The Hanois lighthouse and then over to cliffs. Leaving your camping pitch here at WildGuernsey, you can amble down the sunken path, touch the…

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WildGuernsey gets another Guardian mention!!

We featured again for a new place for 2011  http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2011/jun/13/uk-whats-new-holidays-accommodation?INTCMP=SRCH mentioning Eco-friendly activities including sea foraging, beach-craft and herbal balm making. And you can even hire your own chicken coop. Clucktastic!

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Tread carefully, camping lightly.

We got a mention in The Independent today in their midweek travel section.  Quite a big step forward for us as we quietly evolve during June to accept people to stay Wildcamping  http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/uk/a-perfect-pitch-for-campers-2291372.html. Let’s hope it can attract folk to the ever increasing…

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“Under the stars” Retreat with Be inspired.

We wanted to creat a place to spend a Saturday night with views of the southwest seascape, overlooking Fort Grey, a space to connect with the land and your self, to embrace nature, to unwind and return to that quiet place within. So…

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WildGuernsey Hegderow basket features on BBC Countryfile programme

Last night, after feeding the woodburner old greenhouse wood, cleared to make way for our new Eco-campsite pitches,  I sat down to watch the BBC Countryfile programme to find my hedgerow basket under the arm of James Wong.  The feature was…

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Time for WildGuernsey Balms

Finally I grabbed time today to get my lipbalms made. I have been gathering my Calendula on dry days as the heads open fully. However, at last a wet day, not only for the parched soil, but for staying in and…

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