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Volunteers

We value the time and effort all our enthusiastic volunteers bring to our projects. They develop new woodland and learning skills whilst sharing their own areas of experitise making each project a benefit for all involved.

Volunteer Feedback:

Funders

Our funders contribute greatly to the running costs of our projects. Funders include:

Environment WalesGwynedd County CouncilUNESCO Walesdyfifei_logo ccwlogo_sml  kwt_logo

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Clients:

These include:

  • Corris Primary School
  • Pennal Primary School
  • Cwmpadarn Primary School
  • Outside Education – home educating families
  • Centre for Alternative Technology
  • Ecology Building Society
  • Dulas
  • Countryside Council for Wales
  • Forestry Commission Wales
  • Plas Derw Trust
  • Dyfi Biosphere Education Group


Client feedback:

“We were particularly impressed by the children’s activities, as were the children’s parents – the staff were extremely welcoming and the children clearly enjoyed themselves immensely. I would be grateful if you could express our thanks to Tom, Kirsten and Barbara at Dyfi Woodlands for all that they did. Many members also very much appreciated the involvement of the children in the closing session”
Jon Lee, Business Development Manager at the Ecology Building Society’s AGM at the Centre for Alternative Technology

“I was mightily impressed with the work going on in the Forest Garden at Cwmpadarn, and especially the way in which Dyfi Woodlands interacted with the pupils to make the whole project a valuable learning experience.

The site has been carefully planned and designed to take account of the geography and topography of the land, and the pupils were able to show off what they had already learned during the special afternoon assembly led by your team.

The Forest Garden is – and will continue to be – a fantastic educational resource for the school, and has lots of potential curriculum spin-offs, from the hands-on approach to planting up, to the enjoyment of fruits and flowers, and the skills needed to care for this ‘mini biosphere’.

I can say without reservation that the work of Dyfi Woodlands, alongside the pupils, has contributed in no small way to their second International Eco-Schools Green Flag award."
Gerry Taylor Eco-schools Officer for Keep Wales Tidy

Donations

We also welcome donations from anyone who may be inspired by our work. Donors so far include:

  • Andrew and Anna Gill
 
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  • Cwmpadarn Primary children add new plants to their Forest Garden with Melissa
    Cwmpadarn Primary children add new plants to their Forest Garden with Melissa
  • Home educated children investigate tiny creatures found in the river with Tom
    Home educated children investigate tiny creatures found in the river with Tom
  • Volunteers learn how to make shingles for the round wood timber frame build with Adam
    Volunteers learn how to make shingles for the round wood timber frame build with Adam
  • Ysgol Dwffryn Dulas Corris and Ysgol Pennal celebrate making their own woodland coat hooks with Zena
    Ysgol Dwffryn Dulas Corris and Ysgol Pennal celebrate making their own woodland coat hooks with Zena
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