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Woodland Skills Course 2021

Woodland Skills Course 2021

We are interviewing students for Septembers (2021) course now. If you are keen to investigate the possibility of taking a...
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Finding Pengelli

Finding Pengelli

Once you have arrived at the entrance to Pengelli Forest, go through the kissing gate and proceed along the main...
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Pengelli gets a new compost loo

Pengelli gets a new compost loo

Early this year Coppicewood College was pleased to welcome back Tŷ Pren, to build our new compost toilet. While never...
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COVID-19 Update – Woodland Skills Course

COVID-19 Update – Woodland Skills Course

We are anticipating that the woodland skills course will go ahead as scheduled from Wed 30th Sept. Being a small...
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Woodland Skills Course

A unique 6 month part-time course learning woodland management skills using traditional hand tools

Students on woodland management course

Our Aim

Promote, support sustainable woodland management and run courses using traditional methods and tools

Operating a pole lathe

Our Courses

Please check out our courses page to learn about the courses we offer

Entrance to the college

Become a Member

Want to support our work? Our members do this by contributing financially, helping us to continue our mission

Woodland management through coppicing

Live locally?

We run regular volunteer days, learn new skills as you help us

Coppicewood College aims to address some of the wider global issues and challenges faced by all modern rural communities.

These global challenges include:

  • sustainability
  • young peoples involvement
  • rural community development
  • environmentally friendly economic development

We would like to thank the following organisations for their support:

Coppicewood College is a Registered Charity in England and Wales 1107250