Tir Coed is a charity and social enterprise that engages people with woodlands through volunteering, training and bespoke activities that increase well-being, develop skills and improve woodlands for the benefit of everyone
Over the past 20 years Tir Coed has developed a comprehensive engagement model that supports people as they develop, from first step engagement through to employment. All of the work carried out by volunteers and trainees improves the health of the woodland and its accessibility for the benefit of the whole community.
Thriving sustainable rural communities integrated with the natural environment.
To unlock the potential of woodlands to provide a community facility, educational and health activities, and to create job opportunities for disadvantaged individuals in rural Wales. With the aim to make positive lasting change.
Over the last 20 years Tir Coed have become experts on how best to engage people with woodland activities. The following model shows the theory of change our participants have progressed through time and time again:
TIR COED ENGAGEMENT MODEL
Working with communities and woodlands since 1998
Meet the team
Chief Executive Officer
Administration and Finance Assistant
Training and Accreditation Officer
Elan Links Volunteer & Training Co-ordinator
Dysgu am Goed Development Officer
North Ceredigion Dysgu am Goed Education Officer
South Ceredigion Dysgu am Goed Officer
Adrian Wells (Chairman) | Anna Prydderch | Bob Shaw | Guy Evans | Hannah Wilcox Brooke | John Wildig | Keith Blacker | Roger Thomas | Ross Lister | Simon Wright