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February

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.

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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.

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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.

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We are offering a free 12 week accredited course in construction of a basic wooden structure. This will run two days a week (Wednesdays and Thursdays) and be based in a woodland in Scolton near Haverfordwest. The course will be outdoors and participants will gain skills and experience with tools and risk assessment while working as part of a team to design and build a round house. Through the course, participants will work towards Agored Cymru credits.

The course will be led by round house expert, Tony Wrench.

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We are offering a 12 week accredited course in sustainable woodland management. This will run two days a week (Thursdays and Fridays) and be based in the woodlands in the Elan Valley, Powys. You will have the opportunity to undertake a variety of woodland management tasks and also create a wooden construction, for example a boardwalk or bridge. Through the course, participants will work towards Agored Cymru credits and will develop a host of new skills and experience. 

Get in touch

We are offering a free 12 week accredited course in construction of a basic wooden structure. This will run two days a week (Wednesdays and Thursdays) and be based in a woodland in Scolton near Haverfordwest. The course will be outdoors and participants will gain skills and experience with tools and risk assessment while working as part of a team to design and build a round house. Through the course, participants will work towards Agored Cymru credits.

The course will be led by round house expert, Tony Wrench.

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

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

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

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