Join us for a Spring Herb Walk with Sarah Hawkins, Friday 25th March at 10am!
Theatre and Dance NI are pleased to be running the fifth in person session as part of our Mental Health and Wellbeing Series, supported by Belfast City Council.
Led by Registered Herbalist Sarah Hawkins, you will learn all about the different wild and edible plants that grow all around us, how to identify them, their traditional use as food or medicine, and how to sustainably forage for them.
You will also learn about the Irish and British Folklore around the plants, bringing some of the forgotten stories of our Ancestors back to life.
We will be meeting at the small car park located on the left of the Belfast castle when looking towards the hill and will be heading up the path into the forest when the walk begins. Click here for the google maps pin.
Please note that we are not meeting at the Belfast Castle!
The weather is hopefully going to be dry but please dress appropriately to keep yourself warm and dry and wear sensible footware.
About Sarah Hawkins
Sarah Hawkins (DipCNM, Dip. Herb Med, mBANT, mIRH, rCNHC) is a Belfast based Registered Herbalist with a passion for reconnecting people back to nature and the wild edibles that were once so commonly eaten by our ancestors. Sarah is also a Registered Nutritional Therapist and works out of a busy clinic located in South Belfast.
Tickets will be on a first come first served basis. Cost of tickets are as follows:
Individual/Student Members: £10
Funded Organisation Staff Members: £15
Non TDNI Members: £20
TDNI are committed to the Health & Safety of our staff, members and the general public. Whilst the government guidelines have been eased, to protect everyones safety, and given the nature of some of our workshops, we ask that participants take a Lateral Flow Test no more than 12 hours prior to the event. If your lateral flow test is positive do not come along to this event and please report your test result here.