Links  own the Nant y Glyn woodland and we are greatful to their support of our Forest School. aim to:
● Encourage adventurous and creative activities in a woodland setting.
● Make woodlands more available for use by small organised groups.
● Give people wider knowledge and understanding of woodlands through information on our website.
● Spread woodland ownership more widely so that more people can enjoy British Woodlands as owners and take a part in managing and conserving them.

CWVYS (the Council for Wales of Voluntary Youth Services) is the independent representative body for the voluntary youth work sector in Wales. The aims are to represent, support and give a collective voice to its membership of national and local organisations in their work with over 250,000 young people in Wales. CWVYS works in partnership with agencies promoting good youth work practice.

Forest School Wales
Forest School Wales works to ensure that there is sustainable Forest School provision throughout Wales supported by a national network that will nurture the development of projects, offering advice, providing resources, guiding best practice and continuing professional development.