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
A great first day of activities for Powys Young Carers in Allt Goch Woods, Llanidloes.Read more
An excellent day split between important maintenance of the living willow structure at Allt Goch Woods, Llanidloes and developing a strategy for the next stage of progression for our volunteer mentors.Read more
Tir Coed trainees will be helping the Ceredigion Museum develop their new building with cafe, shop, bar and tourist information following a successful HLF bid.
Pupils from Llechryd Primary School learn to use some green woodworking tools to make a benchRead more
Families from local Family Centres visit Long Wood Community Woodland near Lampeter for some Forest School activitiesRead more
A second group of childcare students from Coleg Ceredigion visited the woods to gain an insight into forest school techniques and their potential application in childcare.Read more
These two days were thoroughly enjoyed by all despite the weather. Volunteers expanded there skills and had great fun in the woodland environment.Read more
Students of Childcare from Coleg Ceredigion were introduced to Forest School in this hands-on session.Read more