Pupils from Llanfarian Primary School attended a day of Forest School activities at Coed TyllwydRead more
Parents and children from Borth Family Centre came to Coed Tyllwyd for a day of games, crafts and play.Read more
An assessment of the diversity of aquatic invertebrates in a stream at Coed Tyllwyd was undertaken to monitor the species present and measure the pollution levels in the water using indicator species.Read more
A lovely day of Biodiversity Monitoring with an exciting addition: the discovery of a rare bee!Read more
Llongyfarchiadau Pawb- Congratulations to everyone on the recent Llanfarian training course! The group met on a beautiful sunny day in the woods for the workbook and certificate presentation.. The group also got a chance to try their hand at saw-milling in preparation for the next training course... Well-done to everyone involved : )Read more
Over 40 Tir Coed tutors, activity leaders, support leaders and mentors attended the Tir Coed consultation and networking event on Friday. Ffion gave a presentation on recent developments and the LEAF project before the attendees broke into sub-groups to discuss different aspects of the new project and accreditation developments. A big thank you to all who attended there was a real buzz in the airRead more
This course has been used as a pilot for the Elan Links Tir Coed Leaf Project commencing in 2017 and has been very successful to date.Read more
Yesterday was the last day of a 3 month training course in field carpentry at Long WoodRead more
Tir Coed is one of 12 voluntary organisations coming together to develop knowledge and create ways of collaborating and co-producing work.
On Friday Sarah Stone (CEO of Samaritans Wales) led a workshop and discussion on 'Leadership and Sustainability'
Participants from the Youth Justice Service enjoyed a forest school session at Coed Tyllwyd which included whittling, making bows and arrows and fire making.Read more