Aug 12 2021

New Woodland Wildlife Way!

Pupils and teachers in Wales were glad to be back in school this past term.  Ysgol Bryn Collen’s Year 4 class were particularly keen to learn about woodland biodiversity and apply to our Pen y Coed Wildlife Waymarker Competition.   Pen y Coed lies on its own prominent...

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Aug 06 2021

Gaining new skills at Mead

Site manager Chris Williams, was joined last week by Elyse White, a member of the Young People's Forest Youth Forum and also a second year student at Nottingham Trent University to assist with and learn about tree safety and tree pests and diseases. She later...

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Jul 27 2021

Love your woods

Our woods are home to amazing plants and animals - often harbouring endangered and fragile native wildlife - and they're all free for people to enjoy responsibly.   However, throughout the pandemic and lockdown we have seen so many more people discover their local woodlands and spending time outdoors. Of course,...

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Jul 23 2021

2021 Wales Volunteer Events

Prynhawn Da Wales Volunteers   I am excited to share some positive news with you: I am running some volunteer events this autumn!   I'll be kicking off with an informal walk and talk in each of the four corners of Wales. I'm aiming for these to be face...

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