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Coed Pheonix Nature Reserve

Tir Coed | June 27, 2016

Ffion went to meet Scott Roe at the Coed Pheonix Nature Reserve to learn more about the fantastic work they've done there and to look at partnership work during the LEAF project

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3 Forest School Sessions with Llanidloes Primary School

Tir Coed | June 27, 2016

Three primary school classes enjoyed forest school sessions in June 2016. The sessions were designed to support the current curricular learning of the pupils.

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A Herbal Foraging Walk

Tir Coed | June 26, 2016

Jane Mellor, a professional forager, came along to Long Wood Community Woodland to talk to Tribal Unity Wales dancers, members of the Pagan Society and some Long Wood volunteers about different herbs that were traditionally used for medicines whilst walking through the woods.

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Woodland Trust Summer Party

Tir Coed | June 22, 2016

Ffion and Eluned both got dressed up and travelled to London to attend The Woodland Trust's Summer Party in celebration of its work over the past 43 years.

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OPAL Tree Health Day at Long Wood near Lampeter

Tir Coed | June 22, 2016

Barbara Brown from the Museum of Wales Cardiff visited Long Wood community Woodland to run an OPAL session on Tree Health with Long Wood staff and the Wednesday Volunteers.

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Spring Newsletter

Tir Coed | June 21, 2016

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Gylchlythr y Gwanwyn

Tir Coed | June 21, 2016

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Public Event at the Nanteos Summer Fete

Tir Coed | June 19, 2016

Project Officer Jo Gardom shared information about volunteering with Tir Coed and the upcoming LEAF project at the Nanteos "Summer" Fete.

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Llongyfarchiadau Lampeter Training Course!

Tir Coed | June 16, 2016

Trainees from the recent VINE Lampeter training course at Long Wood came back to the woods to receive their workbooks and Agored Cymru Certificates and to do a workshop in carving- Well done to all involved!

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Bushcraft Sessions with the Ceredigion Youth Service

Tir Coed | June 15, 2016

Young people supported by the Ceredigion Youth Service spent two days learning bushcraft and woodland skills in Coed Tyllwyd during the school holidays. 

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