All are welcome for a seasonal sensory wander around Fruit Routes – an enhanced habitat on the Loughborough University campus providing free food for humans and wildlife from over 150 fruit and nut trees.
Explore the 1km route of edible fruit and nut trees, learn more about the orchards and share different perspectives on this cultural resource. This event is for students, staff and the local community with Fruit Routes artist/coordinator Mita Solanky & Fruit Routes founding artist/coordinator Anne-Marie Culhane.
The walk will leave from the Barefoot orchard at 1.30pm, ending at LAGS (Landscape and Gardening Society) garden for foraged teas from 3pm. LAGS garden and shed is at the back of Car Park 5 on campus.
This event is part of a programme of activities at the University to mark Mental Health Awareness Week, which runs from 15-21 May.
Find out more about LAGS.