Community woodland events

The latest community woodland events, as well as useful conferences, training and meetings.

An important part of our community woodland network is getting together to learn skills, share knowledge and support each other. Until we can safely meet up again we’ll be hosting a series of online events, discussions and practical demonstrations for members to connect and share. We hope you can join us!

2021 Events

To book your place on any of our events please email 

To help us process your booking please include your name,a contact phone number and the date / title of the event you want to attend. 

These events are only available to Llais y Goedwig members (Full and Associate members).

Not a member yet? No problem, it’s free and easy! Click here for joining information.

Build a bird box!

Thursday 18th February, 10.00 – 11.30am

Join Steve Chamberlain and Hywel Dodd for a fun and practical session on how to build and maintain bird boxes. A great seasonal activity linking practical skills with a deeper understanding of the birds that live alongside us, an activity that can be done in your woodland or garden.

You will be sent a zoom link with details of how to join in when you’ve booked your place. 








People and Forests, Wales and the Planet – Panel Discussion

Sunday 21 March, 4pm 

Llais y Goedwig will be taking part in the WOW Film Festival! We’ll be bringing the voices of community woodland groups from around Wales and exploring what you can do if you’re inspired to connect with your local woodland.

“With the climate emergency, everyone is talking about trees. But is it better to create new woodlands, or protect ancient forests? How are Welsh communities caring for woods? What can Wales do to prevent deforestation in the rest of the world? Join this panel discussion to celebrate the UN’s International Day of Forests. Learn to love forests!”

In the lead-up to the discussion WOW will be showing the magical film The Hidden Life of Trees.

Book your free space on the WOW website.

Note that this event is not organised by Llais y Goedwig and is open to everyone. 



FSC certification for small and community Woodlands – What, why and how?

Tuesday 23rd March, 2.00 – 3.30pm 

What could certification mean for your woodland? why should you consider it and how would it work? A joint session from Forest Stewardship Council ®, Community Woodlands Association, Llais y Goedwig and Small Woods Association, looking at the benefits of woodland certification and exploring what it would mean on a practical level for community and small woodlands.

Click here for the event programme.

You will be sent a zoom link with details of how to join in when you’ve booked your place. 







Sharing a Woodland – challenges, opportunities and creative solutions!

Wednesday 31st March,  3.30-5.00pm

Many woodlands have multiple users on their paths, cyclists, walkers, even horse and quad bikes can be sharing space. Generally users respect each other’s needs, but sometimes conflict and tension arises, especially during lockdown as we are all forced to take fresh air and exercise close to home. This has had great benefits, with people discovering local nature spots for the first time, but it also brings heavier use and competition in places.

This 1.5 hour session is a chance to look at how some member groups have dealt with this conflict and found positive workable solutions for everyone, and a chance to look at solutions for a challenge in your woods, with the help of others. We will run member presentations followed by facilitated question and answer session in small groups.

You will be sent a zoom link with details of how to join in when you’ve booked your place. 



Health & Wellbeing with Community Woodlands

tbc May- More details to follow. 




Engaging young people and innovative ways of tackling “anti social behaviour”

tbc June- More details to follow. 




How to grow edible mushrooms on woodworking waste products

tbc October- More details to follow. 


Llais y Goedwig Gathering 2021

tbc November- More details to follow. 



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