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Gift Vouchers mushroom foraging Autumn 2019.

Minimum Amount: £50.00

Give someone the gift of a foraging walk.
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Join us for a morning collecting edible wild mushrooms in an area of stunning private woodland, learning to safely identify edible and poisonous species and getting to understand how these amazing organisms protect, regulate and manage the forest eco system. All walks are held in Hampshire within a few miles of Brockenhurst or Ashurst stations…the exact locations will be provided prior to the event and all walks will be lead by either John Rensten or Peter Studzinski.

If you would like to buy vouchers for any of our walks or workshops for someone else, please enter the sum or sums that match the events you think they would like and use the button above. Vouchers may be used as full or part payment for any of our foraging related events. Please read the other details below before proceeding.

The purchaser will receive an immediate email with the full colour printable voucher, unless they select to have it sent straight to the recipient, and add a personal message.

Vouchers are valid for one year from the date of purchase and are non refundable.

Other terms and conditions apply to the events themselves, specifically the cancellation policy as follows.
“To cancel a booked place and get a refund I need 2 full weeks notice. If you cancel anytime later than this I can neither give you a refund, or transfer you to another walk. The reason is that once the walk is full I take it off my site so it becomes very hard to then fill the place (and I lose the opportunity to sell the place you had) and if I just move you to another walk I am still out of pocket. I am happy for you to send someone else in your place and where possible I will obviously try to fill the place but make no guarantees and usually don’t have the ability to do this.”

Locations may also change if absolutely necessary, very occasionally and always to somewhere nearby, in order to make the most of what is in season.

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