Fire & Wild
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FAQ

 
 

GETTING TO US

Most of our events take place at sites in and around East Sussex and Kent. Free onsite parking will be provided in most instances. Direct trains run from central to London to many of the local stations - Tunbridge Wells, Lewes and Brighton - with an average journey of just over one hour. Upon confirmation of your booking you will provided with full details of the location of the event along with travel advice and contact details for local taxi and minibus services.

 
 
 

FEASTS

 

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE TICKET PRICE?

Your ticket includes the guided foraging experience, a welcome drink and a multi-course tasting menu. Wine pairing or our non-alcoholic drinks pairing is included within the ticket price.

 

What should I wear/BRING?

Our dress code is smart casual. All of our events take place outdoors. Whilst we always hope for pleasant conditions we recommend that you also bring a warm and waterproof layer. Please wear suitable outdoor footwear with ankle support.

What happens if it rains?

We always aim to provide an open air experience for our guests. In the event of wet weather a canopy will be placed over the tables and dining area. Unless we are experiencing extreme/dangerous weather, events will not be cancelled.

 
 
 

MENU/ALLERGIES

 

DO YOU CATER FOR VEGETARIANS & VEGANS?

We strongly support ethical and sustainable hunting, fishing and farming practices. Our dishes are designed to celebrate wild game and fish found in the British Isles. We particularly focus on traditional techniques used to cook meat and fish over open fire. We offer an alternative vegetarian menu but unfortunately our events are not currently suitable for vegans.

 

Do you cater for specific dietary requirements and allergies?

Due to the nature of our open air, wild kitchen and the collaborative foraging and food preparation process we simply cannot accommodate food allergies. We can however, disclose the ingredients of each dish, allowing you to make an informed decision about whether you wish to attend. If you have any specific enquiries about food please do not hesitate to contact us.

I don’t drink alcohol. Can I still attend?

Non drinkers are of course welcome and suitable non-alcoholic alternatives will be provided. Please include details when prompted at the time of booking.

 
 
 

CANCELLATIONS/REFUNDS

What do I do if something happens and I cannot attend?

Tickets cannot be refunded or transferred, but can be exchanged between friends up to 7 days before the event, after which cancellations will be opened to the public for last minute bookings. We recommend that you time your arrival at the site at least half an hour before the advertised start time so that you have time to park, find your accommodation and make our way to the meeting point for the start of the event. Latecomers may miss the foraging walk and other activities planned. We wouldn’t want that to spoil your experience of the event so please leave plenty of time for travel.

What happens if we have to cancel the event?

In bad weather conditions we will always try to relocate the event to a suitable indoor location however, there may be extreme circumstances in which we would have no choice but to cancel the meal. If this happens guests will first be offered the opportunity to reallocate their ticket to a future event. If this is not convenient/possible then you will be offered a full refund. Please note this does not include any costs incurred through personal or public transport.