Coed Lleol support a number of different woodland activity groups running in Neath Port Talbot as part of our Actif Woods Wales programme and Working with Nature project.
Venue: Visitors Centre, Gnoll Country Park. 11am – 2pm
Click here for Welsh poster – Cymraeg
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 Maggie Elsey-Cox – Woodland Mentor for Neath Port Talbot: firstname.lastname@example.org / 01639 686 214
Our Actif Woods Wales programme focuses on woodland health and wellbeing activities with and for people:
Location: Coed Bach, 10.30am – 12.30pm
This is a closed group for Mind participants. All of the above activities run from 10.30am – 12.30pm in the following venues. See poster below for details of activities and what to bring.
OCN Safe Tool Use – 4 week activity programme:
See poster below for details of activities and what to bring.
Have a look at our Facebook page for regular updates and photos from the groups and activities!
Actif Woods Wales Neath Port Talbot: www.facebook.com/ActifWoodsNPT
Contact Maggie for more information about our Actif Woods Wales project in Neath Port Talbot, and find out how you or your clients can get involved:
Maggie Elsey-Cox – Woodland Mentor (Neath Port Talbot)
01639 686 214
Click poster image below to view and download.
This project aims to engage with local communities and residents of Neath Port Talbot encouraging greater levels of interaction with their local wild spaces with the goal of improving employability, health and well-being and environmental conditions. We run engagement events (e.g. bush-craft, nature walks, tree identification, training etc.) and volunteer task days to increase awareness and values for our wilderness.
For information on getting involved in volunteering or joining some of the engagement events, contact Neil on email@example.com
We have a dedicated Facebook page for the Working With Nature project, for regular updates and photos from our events and activities. Working With Nature Neath Port Talbot: www.facebook.com/workingwithnaturenpt
Contact Neil for more information about getting involved in our Working With Nature project:
Neil Hinds – Working With Nature Events Coordinator
01639 686 214 or 07752 351360
Click poster image below (to view), or click pdf version to download.
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