Edible fruits growing wild - there is so much this year with the warmer than normal and dry summer.
Hawthorn berries make a decent liqueur although they are not terribly sweet. Their waxy, deep burgundy berries are a pretty addition to hedgerows though.
Rosehips are a very old-fashioned British remedy for coughs and colds. They make a wonderful blood-coloured jam and have a very high Vitamin C content.
Rowan berries make a great jelly or paste to eat with cheese. Pretty orange-coloured fruit but we don't really appreciate these berries in the UK for their gastronomic qualities and prefer to keep the tree as an ornamental addition to gardens.