We had an exciting day with Josh Quick of Wild St.Ives walking along 'Clodgy', the cliff top above Porthmeor Beach discovering what is safe to eat and what is definitely not (hemlock!) as well as medicinal and practical uses of various plants. Josh then made us a meal from foraged ingredients including three cornered leek pesto and moroccan potatoes, which included foraged herbs and spices previously dried and mint tea. It was a delicious feast in the extraordinary environment of his cliff-top allotment. many thanks to Josh for his wisdom and professional yet relaxed approach to teaching.
Roaming and Returning
We're gradually returning to old patterns of meeting, chatting, making things in the wake of Covid. We're glad to be back at Breadline. Even when we couldn't meet, Roamers stayed in touch by telephone, postal projects (details here) and this website. But we're most ourselves and most at ease -- most Roaming -- when we're really together.
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Roaming's official goal is "to carry on creative activities that benefit the community and in particular (without limitation) people who find themselves in some way disadvantaged, excluded or vulnerable." Our values are really our common ground: confidentiality, integrity, fairness, respect for the values and culture of others, the withholding of judgement, inclusivity, flexibility, and equity in relationships. "