Foraging for food and thought with Wild About Pembrokeshire

The pandemic may have shrunk our lives over the past year, but it also opened our eyes to the natural world like never before. Tapping into our deepest primal instincts, foraging is about so much more than hunting for wild food. In many ways it is a moving meditation, a way of celebrating what each season brings and finding headspace in a constantly switched-on age. And where better to do it than the wild west of Pembrokeshire and St Davids, privileged with access to a huger swathe of crinkle-cut coastline than almost anywhere in Britain, sitting bang in the middle of a headland bounded by over twenty miles of shoreline for which it is the only access point.