At Coed Tyllwyd in Llanfarian our weekly volunteer group have been working hard on improvements and maintenance around our woodland workshop area. Over the past few months there has been an average of 16 volunteers a week - a variety of participants some new and some familiar faces – completing over 312 hours of volunteering!Read more
Under the advice of expert timber framer Jamie Miller, supported by Cath Rigler; 11 trainees on Ceredigion's 12 week Woodland Carpentry course has already achieved so much. The course is running from our beautiful woodland site Coed Tyllwyd, in Llanfarian, which we are able to use thanks to Natural Resources Wales.Read more
9 trainees spent 204 hours completing a 4 day progression course run by expert ecologist Phil Ward. An Introduction to Ecology took place from our Coed Tyllwyd woodland site near Llanfarian in Ceredigion.Read more
Ran by tutors Jenny Dingle and Maia Sparrow, the school Special Needs Unit enjoyed arts and craft activities from their onsite forest garden. 36 participants completed 36 hours in total of the bespoke activities!Read more
Want to win 2 free, two hour taster sessions with The School of Rock and Pop - The Rock Project? All you have to do is tag us with your best photo of "FOREST FUN IN THE SUN" on social media with the #TirCoedCalendar for your chance to win and to feature on our 2020 calendar!Read more
Yesterday, a group of Tir Coed staff went along to Coed Tamsin, Capel Seion to spend the day with Bob Shaw. Before learning all about tools and green woodworking, Bob took everyone for a short walk around the woods. Here's a short video of the walk.Read more
Mae'r cylchlythyr diweddaraf yn awr ar gael! Edrychwch i weld beth sydd wedi bod yn digwydd dros y 3 mis diwethaf gyda Tir Coed ac am ddiweddariad 6 mis ail flwyddyn LEAF.Read more
The latest newsletter is now available! Take a look to find out what Tir Coed have been doing over the last 3 months and for a 6 month update of LEAF year 2.Read more
There had been a lot of buzz around the latest 12 week course, with 12 participants building a roundhouse, at the Elan Valley. The build certainly had a Tir Coed family feel, with wood supplied from one of the Ceredigion Tir Coed sites and this along with unique design of the building meant that we had over double the applicants than spaces!Read more
11 trainees have joined our 12-week woodland carpentry course in Pembrokeshire. During this course they will learn all the skills needed to build 3 timber bridges and make a path through the woods to link up with existing tracks and create a circular route.
Rob Smith is leading the course with Eugene Noakes as his able support tutor.
Jerry Roberson has generously provided us with the location and materials including some beautiful curved timbers to construct a humpback bridge.Read more