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Coed Lleol welcomes Bangor University Researcher

We are delighted to welcome Ramiga Kirupaikkumaran of Bangor University to our team.

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Gwenan’s Lockdown Nature Story

Our Actif Woods Wales Ceredigion participant Gwenan O’Connor, was recently interviewed for the Cambrian News about her experience of our Online Nature Sessions during lockdown.

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How Gareth, a Merthyr Tydfil resident, uses nature to help his mood

During lockdown we’ve been asking people in Wales and beyond about how they’re using nature to improve their wellbeing. Gareth from Merthyr Tydfil has shared with us the beautiful walks he’s been taking, as well as some great photos of what he sees along the way.

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Connect to nature with Coed Lleol during lockdown

Connecting to nature isn’t usually something we do via a laptop screen. During lockdown however, we’ve all had to adapt quickly and find different ways of getting the things we need for our health and wellbeing.

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FFIT Cymru visits Actif Woods Anglesey

Our Actif Woods Anglesey group meet the FFIT Cymru team for some woodland fitness.

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Actif Woods Anglesey Mentor nominated for award

Disability Sport Wales award nomination for Woodland Mentor John Pritchard

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