Our Pilot Programme ended in March 2022 and the final evaluation report has just been completed by Professor Simon Poole. See below to download the full report.
Pen-y-Graig Product Display at The Bush, Penallt.
With thanks to Bronwyn at The Bush at Penallt (thebushpenallt.co.uk) for creating this fabulous display of local crafts including our own Pen-y-Graig products.
Our first major product range
Just finished crafting, sanding and oiling our first major product range of cheese boards, butchers blocks, bowls and assorted kitchen spoons which will be test marketed at “The Bush Inn” Penallt https://thebushpenallt.co.uk/ and Welsh Connections in https://www.facebook.com/welshconnection/
Cyanotype Printing: Pen Y Graig Woodland Flora
The weather conditions were perfect for today’s session, lots of sun and very little wind. After some research and a look into composition and style, we went foraging around Pen Y G, to identify and gather materials for the prints. After some mad scientist moments measuring and mixing our Ferric Ammonium Citrate and Potassium Ferricyanide, […]
Managing the restoration of the 1892 Hazel Coppice
“On a clear sunny Friday in April one of Pen-y-Graig’s “band of brothers” grouped up for a very special day on the east side of the wood helping to manage the restoration of the 1892 Hazel Coppice. Led by Maurice Clother and Alex Arthur our participants went to work practising their new chainsaw drills cutting […]
Creating Primitive tools
Making paintbrushes from the bark of leilandii, sticks of willow and other foraged pieces, creating works and taking inspiration from the Wye Valley and Sitting, Pen-Y-Graig’s wonderful tree! The first step was to forage sticks that felt nice in the hand, in way of handles. As well as two large flat stones, for pounding the […]