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 […]
The path ,which runs from the centre building at Pen y Graig along thetop of the wooded hillside, was just earth over slippery ground and treeroots. Even in dry summer going was tricky, making it awkward for peopleto contour directly on foot to the other areas of the wood, otherwise ininclement weather and wintertime they […]
After a temporary closure over the Christmas and New Year period Pen-y-Graig Woodland Centre will be reopening week commencing 11th January 2021 The importance of our work is growing and we have been afforded Welsh Government essential service status under the Public Health Wales (Covid Restrictions 5) Regulations – December 2020 The Pen-y-Graig Centre is […]
We are delighted to announce Pen-y-Graig Woodland Centre has been awarded the Silver Employer Recognition Scheme. Thirteen Welsh employers win Silver Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) award | RFCA For Wales (wales-rfca.org)
Photography and painting work completed by our participants, along with our tutors Gina Hughes and Clare Scott. All set in the tranquil setting of Pen-y-Graig Woodland Centre.