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Foraging and fun on Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve walk

Enjoy a communal walk through Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve – and forage some fruit at the same time!

All welcome to join the Incredible Edible Kirkstall team for a communal walk through the Reserve.

The walk starts at 10.30am on September 24 from outside Goals, off Kirkstall Road, and will last around two hours.

The walk is free to join and takes a slow relaxed pace to allow people to share stories and local history as well as foraging for apples and berries which are pointed out along the route.

Don’t forget your camera and foraging basket!

For more information, contact Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead.


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