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Partners in the Actif Woods Wales project

Both nationally, and in each project area, Coed Lleol (Small Woods Wales) works with partner organisations in the delivery of the Actif Woods Wales project. National partners usually sit on the Advisory Board.

Local partners are listed below, by project area, and it is mostly through the partners that participants access Actif Woods Wales activities (though some groups are open to self referrals as well).

Aberystwyth Current Beneficiary partners: Mind Aberystwyth, Tai Ceredigion, Visually Impaired Group, NERS Ceredigion, Community Development Aberystwyth, The Wallich, Mind your Heart, Hywel Dda Public Health Team, Previous partners: Cyswllt Contact, The Care Society, Ymlaen Ceredigion, Penparcau Family Centre, Penparcau Forum, Communities First


Delivery partners: Dyfi Woodlands, Jane Rigby, Jenny Dingle and Anthea Cox – Woodland Walks and activities
Treherbert Beneficiary partners: Valleys Kids, Innovate Trust, Welcome to Our Woods, Pinewood Carehome, Spectacle Theatre, Blaencwm Chapel, Penyrenglen School and Treherbert Regeneration Co, Communities First Rhondda Fach, Come Outside                       Previous partners: Rhondda Housing


Delivery partners: Active Nutrition (Martyn Broughton), Welcome to Our Woods (Ian Thomas), Artis Community (Nancy)
Neath Port Talbot Beneficiary partners: Mind Neath Port Talbot, Macmillan Cancer, Dementia Cafes, Melin Advice Centre, NERS Neath Port Talbot, Glynneath Training Centre, Coed Cymru


Delivery partners: Dryad Bushcraft, James Edwards – Woodland Gym Leader, NERS, Wildlife Trust (Paul Thornton)
Wrexham Beneficiary partners: Advance Brighter Futures, Macmillan Cancer Support, NERS Wrexham, Communities First, Drug and Alcohol Support, Alzheimer’s Society, AVOW, Maes-y-Pant Community woodland, National Trust – Erddig, Groundwork North Wales, Urban Villages Communities First


Delivery partners: Groundwork North Wales, Time2Train, NERS, Plas Derw Trust, Joe Cooper
Anglesey Beneficiary partners: NERS Anglesey, Pontio, Alzheimer’s support group, Mental health agency AngleseyColeg Menai, Coleg Menai, AONB, Blaen y Coed, YMCC, Menai Bridge rugby club, GISDA


 Delivery partners: Active Change (Karen Williams), Fitness Solutions (Craig Cornes), James and Dominique Carpenter (Coed Llwynon)
Flintshire Scoping partners: Flintshire Mind, NERS, Lester’s Garden Centre, FLVC, Green Bank Villas, Flintshire Countryside Service, Woodland Skills Centre, Castle Rock Crafts (Bushcraft), Plas Derw Trust, New Wildlife Trust, Mold Community Gardens, CAIS, NHS Wales, The Arch


Gwynedd Scoping partners: Health and Social Support Agencies NERS, Arch Cymru, CAIS, Gwynedd Mon Youth Justice, Mantell Gwynedd, Age Cymru, Keep Wales Tidy, CAMS, Motiv8, Unllais, Hafal, The Abbey Road Centre, AGRO, Gwynedd Council Learning Disabilities Team, Gwynedd Mental Health Team, Gwynedd Occupational Therapy, Careers Wales, Social Services Gwynedd, Gwynedd Leisure Centres Outdoor organisations Gwerin Y Coed, Glyn Llifon, Friends of Treborth, Plas Tan Yr Bwlch, Coed Y Brenin, Wild Elements, Forest School Leaders, Outdoor Learning Wales Network, Blaenau Ffestiniog Green Town, North Wales Wildlife Trust, Swing Days Project, Natural Resources Wales, Wonderwoods, Golygfa Gwydyr Moelyci, Coetir Mynydd Research Partners Bangor University


Bridgend / Llynfi Valley Scoping partners: NRW Woodland Creation Project, Wild Spirit Wales, Maesteg Rugby Club, ROW Consultant BCBC, Valleys 2 Coast, Scenic Gallery, Ogmore Valley Pride, Caerau Communities First, BAVO Maesteg, Social Services, Careau Market Garden, NERS coordinator, Special Families, Yellow Wales, Colour Black productions


Merthyr Tydfil Scoping partners: Cynefin, Public Health Wales, Venture Out, Gellideg Foundation Community Association, Social Care & Housing, Torfaen CBC, C. M. H. T (Community Mental Health team), Merthyr Home Education


Swansea Scoping partners: Severn Wye Energy Agency, Wildlife Trust, DRYAD Bush craft, Out to Learn Willow, Penllergare Trust, Kilvey Community Woodland Volunteers, Communities First – Healthier Communities, Glyneath Training Centre, Oxfam Livelihoods Programme, Occupational Therapy Dept. Llanfair House, NHS Occupational therapist, NERS co-ordinator Swansea, Gwalia, Forest School SNPT, Emergence, Down to earth project, Housing support

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