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Learn how to make gourmet risotto with wild foraged ingredients
Please note that this event has been rescheduled for Saturday 13 May (rather than the advertised Saturday 6 May)
A short ID walk, followed by a cookery demonstration.
Finish your wild experience with a hearty lunch of risotto.
Led by East Devon Nature Reserves Manager, and Devon Home cook of the Year finalist, James Chubb.
Wear outdoor clothing, suitable for the weather conditions.
There are no places available.
£12.50 per adult.
£12.50 per child.
Parking through Seaton Cemetery (SY 248 914)
Event aimed at everyone.
Seaton Wetlands is accessible by wheelchair, mobility scooter and pushchair.
Please contact the Countryside team if you would like to discuss hiring the Tramper mobility scooter for this event.
No dogs on Seaton Wetlands.
Call Countryside on 01395 517557 or email firstname.lastname@example.org