Contact local project officer Katie Hastings for more info about the project generally, regarding how you, or your clients, could get involved: email@example.com
There are currently three weekly Actif Woods Wales groups running in Aberystwyth, on a Wednesday ,Thursday and Friday (details below)
There are also additional sessions with Tai Ceredigion, which this year have expanded to Cardigan, as well as the existing Aberystwyth group.
To see a short film about the first two groups, made by Natural Resources Wales in July 2014 click HERE
For the Actif Woods Aberystwyth facebook page click here: www.facebook.com/ActifWoodsWalesAberystwyth
For the Wednesday Walking group see their facebook page (just covering this group’s activities) HERE (current programme below)
For the Thursday group with Mind Aberystwyth, see their facebook page with photos from the group here: https://www.facebook.com/Mind-Aberystwyth-Woodland-Group-235050463537683 (current programme is below)
This 12 week programme is for all who are part of the Active Inclusion project; contact Katie if you would like to join.
This weekly group is for all who attend the MIND drop in, and runs on a Thursday:
This weekly woodland walking group meets on Wednesdays in Aberystwyth, and is open to all who experience a chronic health condition:
CURRENT 2018 PROGRAMME:
Tai Ceredigion Group – Aberystwyth
Activities ran from June – October 2017 and watch this space for a hopeful new programme in 2018!
Activities have been running since 2010; here are a couple of recent programmes as a sample of what the group do.
Training Day – Friday 28th April
This great training day will help you with using kelly kettles and tools in woodlands.
Kelly kettle and tool use training day 280417 (pdf)
We have run sessions with Tai Ceredigion‘s older people’s sheltered housing schemes since 2015. In 2017 this programme extended to additional sessions in Cardigan and Feedback sessions on these programmes ran in November 2017.
Here is a write up from Tir Coed about some sessions held in partnership with them last autumn and a couple of other news articles from Aberystwyth (Tir Coed’s full newsletter can be read on their website http://tircoed.org.uk/index.php/news):
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