Courses & Workshops
Coppicewood College promotes and supports sustainable woodland management and runs courses using traditional methods and tools. These affordable courses cover all aspects of coppice practice, hedgelaying and coppice craft in our own woodland in Cilgerran, Pembrokeshire, West Wales. Coppicewood College provides training in woodland based traditional rural skills and related crafts.
01239 881 394
See their website for more information:
Dyfed Permaculture Farm Trust
Scythe, peening and hand hay making workshops with Philip who has won medals for the quality of his scything. Also apple grafting & natural dyes.
Earth Play Forest School
Providing opportunities for children to reconnect in nature: having fun, developing confidence and making friends, while learning new skills.
We offer well planned, fun and stimulating learning opportunities for children including:
- green wood working skills,
- bush craft skills,
- foraging and medicinal plants preparations,
- nature observation and knowledge,
- poetry, movement, drama, play, stories.
- Games that involve: the development of the senses and awareness, pair and group work, listening and communicating , imagination and confidence building.
Contact Claire : firstname.lastname@example.org
Elemental Adventures CIC
Organisation based in West Wales, focused on reconnecting people with nature.
Snail Trail Handweavers
Weaving, spinning and dyeing courses near Rhosygilwen
01239 841 228
Troed y Rhiw Organic Farm
Courses in beekeeping and organic farming and growing.
01545 560 475
Wild food walks and courses with Jade Mellor . Learn how to identify, gather and use wild food
Clothes upcycling workshops
Most workshops are held at our quirky workshop, Melfed in Cardigan, West Wales.
We offer an array of workshops to suit age, skill and experience.
6 The Arcade, Cardigan
Michelle Cain Willow Sculptures
Creates giant willow sculptures and runs willow weaving workshops
Sustainable, off grid community, aiming for self-sufficiency. Running courses in a huge range of topics.
01239 820 164
Lammas Ecovillage is a low-impact, off-grid ecovillage near Crymych in Pembrokeshire, West Wales, comprising nine households and a community hub on a 76 acre site.
They run tours and courses related to sustainable and eco village living.
To find out more see
Forest Garden Wales
Runs tours, workshops and talks to promote forest gardening, a productive and sustainable way of gardening.