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Edible Walk with John Rensten

Saturday 22nd October 2016 12 Noon - 1pm Russell Square Gardens, WC1, London, WC1, London, W1 Chargeable Event

SOLD OUT. Ever tried spring blossom champagne? What about wild chervil ice cream or acorn pancakes? No? Well now’s your chance!

See London like you’ve never seen it before, through the eyes of John Rensten. In his new book The Edible City he shows you how, with little effort, you can transform a neglected street into a constant source of wonder. He encourages you to go to your local park to find lemon balm, spearmint, primrose, white nettle, poppy and yarrow growing at your feet, while above are avenues of mulberry, hazel, elder and cherryplum trees – it’s all there for us, it’s free, it’s fun and it’s absolutely delicious.

Join us for an inner city foraging adventure around Charing Cross Road and Oxford Street.

Meeting Place: Russell Square Gardens, WC1 Meet by the fountain in the middle of the park.
Tickets: SOLD OUT. £3 per ticket, to be redeemed against the book and entitling you to a free coffee at the Foyles Café.

Please note, no physical tickets will be issued, the email confirmation you receive is proof of your booking.

We are unable to issue refunds to customers unable to attend the event without at least 24 hours' notice. To request a refund of your ticket purchase or purchases, email with your details and request.


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