Lovely feedback from a recent intensive training weekRead more
On Wednesday the 6th of December, Dysgu am Goed's first session was held in Longwood, Llanfair Clydogau, with Ysgol y Dderi School.Read more
Tir Coed are pleased to be hosting a PhD student over the next three years; she will be looking at our work in detail and we hope that there will be some really valuable outcomes - both for research, wider organisations, and of course ourselves. Find out more here.Read more
A warm welcome to our new members of staff. Learn more about all of them and put faces to names.Read more
Tir Coed tutors have been leading some festive woodworking sessions at Canolfan Meugan in Aberteifi/CardiganRead more
Angie and Leila trekked up to Lincoln to be part of a one in eight hundred year celebration of trees...
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