PEOPLE

They . . . loved learning about the environment they were in and appreciating the importance of the diversity and preserving the natural habitat.

Crickhowell High School

Connecting people with wildlife and wild places is very important to us. At Coetir Anian we run programmes for local primary schools and secondary schools. We offer a wide range of activities, from learning about Fibonacci’s number patterns in nature to carving spoons around a campfire, and from sleeping out under the stars in summer to identifying trees in winter. We are planning to offer programmes for adults in the near future.

The COVID19 pandemic has made it impossible for us to welcome our groups to Bwlch Corog. Rather than resting on our laurels, we teamed up with Arts Drop to create Nature Arts Drop ensuring that we supported children and young people in our area during this difficult time. Read more about Nature Arts Drop.

How many people have taken part in our projects?

Primary School Pupils

Pupils on Youth Camps

Weekly Nature Challenge

Nature Arts Drop Bags

Primary Schools Programme

PRIMARY SCHOOLS PROGRAMME


Youth Camps

YOUTH CAMPS


Activities

ACTIVITIES


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