Introduction to Coppicing Short Course – Part 2

Take part in Part 2 of Introduction to Coppicing course! Learn how to use tools and create products from the material you’ve coppiced. This is a follow-on course from our Part 1 course from January, but you do not need to have attended Part 1 to join us!

Session 1 was an introduction, and this session (2) is slightly more advanced. You can book on one or both of the sessions.


A great way to see what BMC have to offer, come along to have a go if you’re interested in learning a new trade, want to learn more about woodworking or want to gain an insight into our 1-year long NVQ course – Level 2 in Coppicing & Greenwood Trades before committing! 

This course is for woodland group members, people with larger gardens or wooded areas and those with an interest in learning how to manage woodlands sustainably.

Coppicing is an ancient technique using low impact, hands-on ways of processing timber at the same time helping with biodiversity by creating different habitats as the tree regrows. The course forms a two-part learning experience.


Key Information

Date – Saturday 25th February 2023 from 9am – 5pm

Location – meet at Talgarth Car Park to walk to the woodland side. We are a car-free campus and encourage participants to complete the walk (approx. 40-minutes uphill), however if you are unable to do so we will organise lift-shares from the Car Park.

What you need – You should wear suitable, weather-dependent PPE including gloves, and good, sturdy boots with steel toes if possible. BMC can provide eye protection.

Please bring a water bottle and a packed lunch for a picnic.

Age limit – You MUST be 16 years old or above to take part in this course for safety reasons. If you are under 16 you will not be able to participate. 



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