Forest School Wales shared ceffylau gwaith Carnog working horses's photo.
If you can get to Machynlleth on either Saturday or Sunday this weekend, there have been some last minute cancellations and so there are now spaces on the Introduction to Horselogging course at CAT. Please share.
Billy and Tyler are getting very excited about the imminent arrival of Freddie their Ardenne friend who is coming all the way from Yorkshire (not Belgium thankfully!) to help us on our Introduction to Horselogging course this weekend - still some last minute places left, contact The Centre for Alternative Technology for more details.... — at Centre for Alternative Technology.
Hello! Western Power Distribution is giving children's charities and community groups in Cardiff, the Vale of Glamorgan, Bridgend & RCT the chance to win one of 14 children’s “mini woodland adventure day” - with me! For all the details, T&Cs, and how to enter please see here: http://bit.ly/1iq3Fjd Entries must be in by 28th Feb - so enter now! Good luck! Steph
Details of an upcoming First Aid Course in mid-Wales.
What: First Aid Outdoors Training When: 7 & 8 March 2014 Cost: £80.00 Where: Pantperthog Info: ITC First Aid Ltd will deliver their 2 day First Aid Outdoors Training culminating in 2 qualifications: Emergency First Aid in the Workplace and First Aid for Outdoor Incident Management. Suitable for those working with children and adults in the outdoors. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please can any qualified Forest School Leaders based in north Wales, that can deliver sessions in Welsh get in touch, as we have a request from one of our members for help to deliver a session in Welsh. Please comment here or send a private messgae or email email@example.com Thanks/ Diolch!
Passing on an invite to all interested Forest School members to a showing of the film Project Wild Thing at Pontarddulas Primary School. It is showing on Tuesday 28th January at 3:40 in their school hall. It is a FREE event however spaces are limited, therefore it is imperative that anyone who would like to attend contact Jessica Lewis via email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Wild Thing is a film led movement to get more kids (and their folks!) outside and reconnecting with nature. The film is an ambitious, feature-length documentary that takes a funny and revealing look at a complex issue, the increasingly disparate connection between children and nature.
Hi, I was wondering, as a level 3 trainee and having to do my "six training sessions over six weeks", can I take advantage of the insurance you offer or do I have wait until I am fully qualified. Quite obviously I can't do anything without insurance. Thanks.