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This will be the second time that the MIND group join us in the woods create unique and bespoke beautiful benches.
Tir Coed are now recruiting for a free five-day intensive ecology course in the Elan Valley, Powys as part of the Elan Links: People, Nature & Water project. This will be led by local ecologist and natural historian Phil Ward.
The course will run from 10am until 4pm each day and will cover:
• Carrying out a variety of wildlife surveys for plants and animals
• Using different types of survey equipment
• Identifying and recording species
• Surveying an area of land and compiling a report
Members of the Police Force join Tir Coed for some bushcraft activities in the woodlands.
Year 3 & 4 from Rhayader Primary School will be returning to Elan Valley to enjoy a second day of activities including orienteering, treasure hunting and fire-lighting.
The Factory Young People's Centre will be coming to the Elan Valley to enjoy a night retreat as part of the Elan Links project. As well as enjoying a night in the valley, they'll enjoy bushcraft and green woodworking activities and learn survival skills.