Online courses


- We run online courses to help boost health and wellbeing through connecting to woodlands and nature.
- Learn a new skill or gain accreditation.
- All our courses are run in English on Zoom.
- Sessions last 1 hour over a six-week period with both lunchtime and evening slots available.
Simply register with Coed Lleol / Small Woods here and book your free place!


Winter wildlife tracking

An introduction to identifying and interpreting commonly seen tracks and signs of British wildlife, including feeding signs, scats, dens, territorial behaviour and interpreting movement from tracks. 

Kara Moses       

Tuesdays, 6.30pm - 7.30pm, 7th Nov - 12th Dec

We are nature! Mindfulness    

Connect with yourself, nature and community with these nourishing and enlivening guided mindfulness sessions.  

Julia Wallond    

Tuesdays, 11am – 12pm, 14th Nov - 19th Dec

Nature crafts: Winter wreath making     

Make a natural winter wreath using foraged seasonal goodies and learn about plant uses for winter.

Peggy Beer        

Wednesday, 12pm – 2pm, 6th Dec


Festive Fantastic Food   

Nourish yourself over winter with seasonal foraged foods and festive recipes.

Laura Bryan and Tara Crank        

Wednesday, 12pm – 2pm, 13th Dec



To book onto a course complete our online registration and booking form here.

This form will also allow you to register with Coed Lleol / Small Woods if you have not done so already.


Gaining accreditation for courses involves completion of a short workbook, which supports the course content and your learning.

On completion you will gain a certificate from Agored Cymru.

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Hannah Kenter - Online Project Officer
[email protected]


Peggy Bear portrait

Peggy Beer - Nature craft tutor


Julia Wallond portrait

Julia Wallond - Mindfulness-based nature connection tutor


Si Griffith - Eco writing tutor


Jody James - Foraging for health and wellbeing

Laura Bryan - Fantastic Food