Welcome to the Gwerin y Coed website
The Gwerin website has now moved to the Woodcraft Folk website, go to www.woodcraft.org.uk/where/cymru.Gwerin y Coed is the Woodcraft Folk in Wales, an educational movement for children and young people. We aim to develop self confidence and activity in society, with the aim of building a sustainable world based on equality, friendship, peace and co-operation. We have local groups throughout Wales who meet on a weekly basis. Find out more
The Woodcraft Folk website is full of useful information about the organisation throughout Britain. Go to www.woodcraft.org.uk.
This year the Gwerin Annual Gathering will be held at two hostels in Port Eynon from the 25th to the 27th of November. Port Eynon is a popular seaside village on the Gower, about fifteen miles south west of Swansea. There will be an opportunity to walk on the beach, to sing and to take part in various activities. There will be training sessions and workshops. Full program to follow soon.
Llanfairfechan Pioneers walked across the Carneddau Mountains to raise money for the OneHeart charity
Read the whole story on the Eryri page.
Saturdays 10a.m. -12p.m. (starting May 8th 2011)
Arts & Crafts, Music, Co-operative games, Outdoor Activities, Camping, Nature Walks and lots more!...
Please contact Sion / Becks on 01824 710637 for more information
Llyn Brenig Vistor Centre, B4501, Cerrigydrudion, Corwen, LL21 9TT
Gwerin members have been marching and protesting against the Tory-LibDem coalition government proposal to treble top-up fees for students whose homes are in England.
Sorted : We've got a date and place!
GWERIN ANNUAL GATHERING
14th-16th September 2012
Groups and members from all over Wales will come together at this Annual Gathering of Gwerin y Coed. This is our opportunity to get to know each other, share experiences and make plans for the future.
Last year 87 of us from Bethesda, Rhuthin, Machynlleth, Penrhyndeudraeth, Penarth a Cardiff joined the new local group on the Gower near Swansea.
This year we'll be right next to the new groups we have in Rhiwlas and Mynydd Llandygai.
The plan: a full programme for all ages, lots of fun, training, resources and the chance to create a stronger Gwerin y Coed for the future.
For more information contact your district co-ordinator or email email@example.com
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