Tir Coed tutors have been leading some festive woodworking sessions at Canolfan Meugan in Aberteifi/CardiganRead more
A new project can only mean one thing - new staff. And the Dysgu am Goed project is no different. We welcome two new members of staff, one of which is a familiar face!Read more
Leila Sharland, Director and Lowri Hopkins, Dysgu am Goed Development went to visit the Royal Forestry Society in Banbury to discuss the delivery of Dysgu am Goed in Ceredigion.Read more
Please find the latest Tir Coed Newsletter below. We hope you enjoy reading about the positive activities that have taken place in Summer 2017.
Here’s to a vibrant Autumn,
The Tir Coed team.
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Tir Coed Director, Leila Sharland, was pleased to attend the launch of a brand new initiative to improve hedgerows in Wales, welcoming this as a chance for our volunteers to get involved in the wider community with their new found skills.Read more
Tir Coed attended the RAY Ceredigion young peoples’ festival on the 2nd of August to demonstrate green woodworking techniques, offer interactive activities and communicate the opportunities available with the charity for young people.Read more
Participants supported by the Ceredigion Youth Justice Service constructed a table to serve as a workbench and picnic table to complement their woodland activities.
Tir Coed have been successful with several funding bids recently. Read more to find out what this means for Tir Coed's future.Read more
The first Pembrokeshire training course has reached the half way mark already and all participants have been working very hard. Read on to find out more about what they've been doing.Read more