AnTir: Helping people, nature and land flourish


AnTir is a 7-year project delivering training and wellbeing activities in sustainable land management and regenerative land practices.

AnTir – a play on the Welsh words Antur, meaning venture or adventure, and Tir, meaning land – enables local disadvantaged people to take practical steps to improve their health and wealth outcomes, while benefitting local communities, green spaces, habitats and species.

The project helps to address global issues by developing a positive, practical response at a local level.

Through our AnTir project we will:

  • Train people to sustainably meet the land management needs of the future
  • Increase food security, supporting individuals and communities whilst responding to the cost of living crisis
  • Improve natural habitats and biodiversity where we live, work and play
  • Reduce inequalities in health, wealth, training and access to green spaces in rural Mid, West and South West Wales.

Enquiry Form

This online form will allow you to express an interest with Tir Coed so that we can connect you with one of our outdoor training courses or wellbeing activities. We will use the information provided to contact you to discuss the training courses and/or wellbeing activities that are available to you and complete the registration process.

Data Protection and Permission

The information collected on this form will be held securely on Tir Coed’s online storage system in line with Data Protection Guidelines and our Privacy Policy.

Please note that we sometimes experience high demand for our training courses so, regrettably, we cannot guarantee you an immediate place on a training course.

Tir Coed is a registered charity (#1115229) and Limited Company (#03918116).
Tir Coed, Unit 6G Science Park, Llanbadarn Fawr, Aberystwyth, SY23 3AH.

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