Keeping in touch with community woodland groups
Community woodland groups are active all across Wales – the Llais y Goedwig network enables groups to be in touch with each other, to share experience and resources, to hear the latest news, to help each other solve problems and to engage in policy development.
The network also enables emerging groups to find out more about community woodlands and the help that is on offer. New groups are often keen to find out where community woodland groups are located across Wales – to find a local group look at the Llais y Goedwig members map.
The network is becoming a ‘hub’ of information, news and contacts for anyone interested in community woodlands in Wales. Read the latest news from network members on the community woodlands events listings.
Meet the Network Coordinator
You can contact Llais y Goedwig through Liz Mutch, the Coordinator, by email, phone, letter, social media, or at any Llais y Goedwig network event.
Many different opportunities for networking
There are many ways to meet other community woodland groups and to keep abreast of the latest news below. The best way to enjoy these is to join Llais y Goedwig, with benefits including an exclusive bi monthly round up of opportunities to your door in the form of the community woodland newsletter, and invites to local and national events.
 The Forestry Hub is a an office space that houses a collective of Welsh forestry organisations, including Coed Lleol, Forest Schools Wales, Llais y Goedwig, Dyfi Woodlands and the Welsh Timber Forum and the NRW.