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Restoring the link between people and woodlands

Flintshire and Denbighshire

Coed Lleol (Small Woods Wales) support woodland health and wellbeing activities in Flintshire and Denbighshire as part of our Actif Woods Wales programme.

As we can’t run activities in woodlands during lockdown, we are currently offering Free Online Nature Sessions every weekday! Click here to find out more and get involved. 


Please help shape our online delivery by filling out a very short survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CoedLleolSurvey

Or contact us directly – Sabine Soosten – Mentor for Flintshire & Denbighshire
enquiries@woodlandskillscentre.co.uk; 01745 710626

In the meantime, we are sharing all sorts of tips and ideas to connect to nature in these unusual times. You can find us here:

Facebook @actifwoodsflintshire

Instagram @coed_lleol

Twitter @actifwoodswales

Watch this space for more information! Coming soon.



Congratulations to Coed Lleol (Small Woods Wales) partner – Warren Woods and the Woodland Skills Centre, Bodfari in Denbighshire for three amazing achievements:

1) Top award presented at the Royal Welsh Show 2019 – ‘Best Community Woodland in Wales’ in the Welsh National Woodlands Competition 2015-2019
2) Green Flag Award 2019/2020
3) BBC Radio Wales Country Focus featured

Read about all three achievements: www.coedlleol.org.uk/press

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