Coed Lleol support woodland activity groups in Flintshire as part of our Actif Woods Wales programme. We run woodland health and wellbeing activities with and for people:
Flintshire activities run every week at the Woodland Skills Centre, Denbigh, for young adults who are not in work or employment. The group carry out voluntary work in the Warren Woods. If you are interested in getting involved either as a partner organisation, participant or woodland activity provider call Rod at the Woodland Skills Centre. Rod is also the Woodland Mentor for Actif Woods Wales in Wrexham.
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This March and April Coed Lleol (Small Woods Wales) are hosting nine local Spring events to celebrate our thriving Actif Woods Wales programme. Taking place across Wales, these free events will include woodland workshops, tasty campfire cooking, inspiring stories of change and more. There will also be an opportunity for individuals and community organisations to share ideas and help shape the future of woodland health and wellbeing activities locally. Activities will vary in each local area, and may cover the themes of health and wellbeing, woodland skills and woodland conservation. Where possible activities will be co-led by Coed Lleol staff, partner organisations and existing Actif Woods Wales participants: Read more.
To book a place – contact Rod Waterfield – Woodland Mentor (for Actif Woods Wales Flintshire and Wrexham):
email@example.com / 01745 710626 (Woodland Skills Centre).
Contact Rod, our Woodland Mentor in Flintshire and Wrexham for more information about how you or your clients can get involved:
Rod Waterfield – Woodland Mentor (Actif Woods Wales Flintshire and Wrexham)
01745 710626 (Woodland Skills Centre)
Actif Woods Wales Flintshire: www.facebook.com/ActifWoodsWalesFlintshire
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