Coed Lleol (Small Woods Wales) projects connect people and nature the woodland way, improving health and wellbeing of people in Wales.
Read about our projects below.
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The Small Woods Association supports woodland owners across the UK, for more information visit: www.smallwoods.org.uk
Actif Woods Wales
With project groups all over Wales, Actif Woods Wales offers a wide range of woodland health and wellbeing activities – from bush craft to woodland walks, from conservation to campfire cooking, and foraging to mindfulness,
Connecting People and Nature
An exciting project in the rural wards of Merthyr Tydfil, supporting local people to access green spaces with the aim of benefiting the health of the landscape, community and individuals.
Dyfi Biosphere Outdoor Health
Coed Lleol (Small Woods Wales) are working in partnership with Ecodyfi to build a collaborative network of health, environmental & tourism practitioners in the Dyfi Biosphere area.
Green Health and Access West Wales
A project in Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire exploring innovative opportunities for green health, supporting existing initiatives and looking at ways to improve woodland spaces for access to people of all abilities.
Calon Meddwl Corff (Heart Mind Body)
Heart, Mind, Body Support is a community led project supported by Coed Lleol (Small Woods Wales) and EcoDyfi, in liaison with Trywdd Iach. In this time of crisis, it aims to help, reach out and improve wellbeing.
Lost Peatlands Project
A project focused on almost 6700ha of upland landscape between Neath Port Talbot and Rhondda Cynon Taf, providing new opportunities for people to discover the wealth of natural and cultural heritage that the area has to offer. Aiming to restore areas of lost peatland, creating habitat for rare and declining species such as water voles and skylarks!