Events

Not sure if you’re Tir Coed material? Everybody is welcome!

If you want to get involved with Tir Coed but aren’t sure how, get in touch

Or take a look through our upcoming events to find out what’s on…

Events calendar

January
Jan
15

Collaborative Event

Monday


This is a collaborative event between Tir Coed and Actif Woods Wales that will inform about our activities planned for 2018, details on the types of activities we plan to run, their duration, location, criteria for enrolment and suitability for meeting the needs of your clients.

·         The main aim is to inform you of the what we offer and what’s coming up

·         Help you to identify which provision is most appropriate for individuals

There will be an opportunity to get involved in a ‘hands on’ demonstration to give you a feel of the sort of skills participants can gain.

Get in touch
Jan
15

Collaborative Event

Monday


This is a collaborative event between Tir Coed and Actif Woods Wales that will inform about our activities planned for 2018, details on the types of activities we plan to run, their duration, location, criteria for enrolment and suitability for meeting the needs of your clients.

·         The main aim is to inform you of the what we offer and what’s coming up

·         Help you to identify which provision is most appropriate for individuals

There will be an opportunity to get involved in a ‘hands on’ demonstration to give you a feel of the sort of skills participants can gain.

Get in touch
Jan
22

Traditional Woodcrafts

Monday

The aim of the week is to provide a ‘next step’ for individuals that want to progress further into the production and marketing of traditional crafts. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the history and culture of traditional crafts, develop their practical skills with guidance from local practitioners and create their own products.

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Running on Tuesday and Wednesday for 12 weeks. Participants will get ‘hands on’ experience of Woodland Management and gain an understanding of sustainability, promoting species biodiversity, enhancing sites for public access, health & safety factors, managing woods for different purposes, creating installations and producing items using traditional woodland crafts.

Get in touch

Running on Tuesday and Wednesday for 12 weeks. Participants will get ‘hands on’ experience of Woodland Management and gain an understanding of sustainability, promoting species biodiversity, enhancing sites for public access, health & safety factors, managing woods for different purposes, creating installations and producing items using traditional woodland crafts.

Get in touch