March 25, 2021

We’re Good to Go

Throughout, the outdoors has been seen as the safest place to be!

We’re Good to Go…from Step 2, April 12th, 2021

We are looking forward to welcoming our course particpants back in 2021. Following the guidelines in the Government’s Road Map our courses will be starting again in line with outdoor hospitality and lifted restrictions on travel.

Taste the Wild Covid Secure Statement

Taste the Wild is fully committed to safeguarding the health and safety of our course participants and instructors.

We are aware of and comply with the Government’s advice, Public Health England and the Health and Safety Executive guidance.

• We have carried out a comprehensive COVID-19 risk assessment and added COVID-19 protocols to our pre-course information and initial safety briefing
• We will provide cleaning, handwashing and hygiene provisions and protocols in line with guidance
• We will strongly advise that the two-metre social distancing rule is adhered to where possible
• Where it is difficult for people to maintain the two-metre social distancing rule, we will do everything possible to manage the COVID-19 transmission risk.

In recognition that Taste the Wild has confirmed that they have followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, ensuring processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social/physical distancing.

Course Alterations

We will try to keep the course as close in content to any that we have run in the past. However, there will be small changes with regards to sampling and food preparation. None of these should distract from your enjoyment of the day and we are looking forward to welcoming you to Avenue Woods or Robin Hood’s Bay.


COVID 19 Notes

  1. Please do not attend if you have Covid-19 symptoms or have been in contact with anyone with Covid-19 in the last 14 days.
  2. Maintain social distancing from people who are not from your visiting group.
  3. We are increasing cleaning frequency around the barn area and toilets but we recommend that you wash your hands thoroughly or use hand sanitiser, on arrival, when you can, and at the end of your visit. (There are separate female/male wee loos and one long drop toilet).
  4. Hand sanitiser is available for visitors on arrival and throughout the day at the Woodland. However it may also be useful to have your own.
  5. By attending the course you agree for Taste the Wild to hold your details for 21 days and for Taste the Wild to share these with the NHS Track and Trace service if requested.

Originally posted May 2020, Updated March 2021

2 responses to “We’re Good to Go

  1. Wow- I’ve just been introduced to your website.
    I’d love to attend one of your courses. Please could you forward me details of forthcoming events

    1. Hi Carole – You can sign up to our newsletter using the form in the footer of our website or here
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      Thank you for your interest in Taste the Wild and our courses, regards Paul

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