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Woodland Forage & Feast

An exciting collaboration between professional forager Dan Moar & Cuddfan Feasts.

Cuddfan was created in early 2022 by professional chef Lily Evans and KiteView Camping owner Mark George. They will be providing unique woodland dining experiences every week from Thursday - Sunday.  We will be offering a Forage & Feast experience once a week which will be a 2-3 hour foraging experience followed by a 4 course meal in Cuddfan's beautiful woodland hideaway. 

 

Cuddfan (pronounced cuth-van) means Hideaway in Welsh

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Coastal Foraging (Extreme Low Tides)

Every year, there are a handful of amazing tidal events where the tide is so low it uncovers areas of the coast only seen a few times per year. We call this, an "Extreme Low Tide" These are greatly anticipated occasions for the coastal forager, as the areas we usually can't get to are uncovered, giving us a the ability to see sub-tidal land and lifeforms we rarely get a chance to see on a normal trip to the coast. It also poses the best opportunity for forging some deeper water species such as lobsters, razor clams & big juicy mussels.

 

**These courses are separate from our normal Coastal Foraging courses which run all year round. The Extreme low tide courses are usually open to others to book, which is a great way to meet like minded people, depending on the current government restrictions at the time of course. However, if you have a large group, you can request it as a private booking which may even get you a "large group discount" depending on the circumstances.