Recently we asked staff members what they liked about working for Tir Coed. Some members o staff thought the best way to show it was through video. Click through to watch some members of the team having a bit of fun.Read more
The latest newsletter is now available! Read through for updates and exciting news.Read more
Mae'r Cylchlythyr diweddaraf yma'n awr! Darllenwch ymlaen am ddiweddariadau ar y prosiectau a newyddion cyffroes.Read more
You have the chance to win FIVE wristbands to Aberystwyth Live Music Festival: VOL 1: Mellt & Pubs & Roc a Rôl on October 12th!
Use the #TirCoedCalendar and tag us in your best photos of your local woodlands to enter.
The winning photo will also feature on our 2020 calendar.
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For the past year our Carmarthenshire Development Officer, Nancy, has been carrying out consultation with landowners, tutors, referral agencies, partnership organisations and potential trainees in preparation for a pilot of the LEAF project in the county.Read more
The woodland Carpentry course celebrate their achievements as 11 trainees completed 1,245 hours of work! Lead Tutor Jamie Miller presented certificates and congratulated the trainees for the commitment and hard work they have displayed in completing the new additions to Coed Tyllwyd, our Llanfarian woodland site.Read more
As the fourth 12 week course comes to an end in Pembrokeshire, laughter, cheering, singing and fond farewells can be heard from within the trees in the woodland just outside Haverfordwest that has been host to our woodland carpentry course. "This course has given me purpose and the rewards are endless. Massive thank you to all who made it happen."Read more
Activities lead by Tutors Jenny Dingle and Aled Prichard were enjoyed by a group of young people from Tim Plant Anabl. Over 115 hours were completed with the full day session taking place in Coed Tyllwyd, Llanfarian.Read more
A woodland bespoke activity session run by Anna Thomas and Mark Chandler took place last week with young people that are part of the Youth Justice Prevention Service. Over 94.5 hours of activities took place in our woodland - Coed Tyllwyd, Llanfarian.Read more