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CWA - A Wood of Our Own Event - Wednesday 22nd February, Cormonachan Woodlands, near Lochgoilhead. BOOKINGS NOW OPEN

22nd February

The 11th ‘A Wood of Our Own Event' event, a much-valued programme organised for- and delivered by - Argyll community woodlanders of all sizes and complexions, funded by the FCS Community Fund, will take place on Wednesday 22nd February 2017 at Cormonachan Woodlands, just outside Lochgoilhead.

Our hosts, Cormonachan Woodlands Association, manage 50 hectares of Atlantic Oakwood on a purely voluntary basis under management agreement with landowners Forestry Commission Scotland. The woodlands are also an essential resource for the Ardroy Outdoor Education Centre who use them year-round for hosting school and college groups from all over Scotland - as do Lochgoilhead Primary School who run Forest School activities there for their own pupils.

For more information please see the attached agenda and booking form. To book please complete and return form to admin@communitywoods.org / or post to Caroline Derbyshire, CWA, Steading Cottage, Craigfield Farm, Kintessack, Forres, Moray V36 2SP by 14th February 2017.

Alternatively you can book online via the link below:


Website: www.communitywoods.org/course-details.php?id=488
Attached File: AWOO 11 Booking Form & Agenda - Cormonachan - 22 Feb 2017.doc
 
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