hEdges public art project celebrates the hedgerows of Hilperton and Paxcroft Mead

Autumn Food and Drink from the hEdge – part of the public art project taking place around Hilperton and Paxcroft Mead

Celebrate our hEdges with us. Following the success of our event in the spring, this is another chance to join award winning chefs Matthew & Jack from the Ethicurian restaurant to see what autumn can offer the urban forager.

Chef Matthew Pennington & award winning drinks maker Jack Adair Bevan from the Ethicurian will reconnect to historic hedgerows that have provided free foodstuffs to us for centuries.

This event is part of the hEdges art project that is recreating and marking the unique hedgerow heritage of Hilperton and Paxcroft Mead. Find out more about the other artwork appearing around Hilperton on the day.

Date: Saturday 24 October 2015

Location: Hilperton Village Hall, BA14 7RN

hEdge and Field Edge Foraging from 1pm to 2.30pm

A guided 90 minute walk looking at safe foraged foods and herbs around Hilperton, taking in the natural flora and fauna of the area. Especially looking at autumn berries and fruit – things that might be found would be crab apples, sloes, rowan berries or maybe even plums.

hEdge Cocktails and Cordials from 3.30pm to 5pm

Autumn style – learn how to make your own hedge and field edge recipe cocktails and family-friendly cordials. There will be some hedgerow food to taste as well!

Booking is free but essential as places are limitedbook your place here.

Please note that you must book tickets for both events if you want to attend both. A ticket for one event will not admit you to the other.

More details about the hEdges project is available at www.h-edges.org.uk

hEdges is a public art project for Hilperton and Paxcroft Mead which has been developed by Hilperton Parish Council, Paxcroft Mead Residents Association, Wiltshire Council, Curo Housing with the involvement of lots of other people and groups from the area. The project has been funded by local housing developers Abbey Homes and Taylor Wimpey.

hEdges autumn Flyer


























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