Coed Llwynonn is a part of the Plas Newydd Estate, connected to the Anglesey Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

A mixed woodland of native trees; from veteran to young coppice covering over 50 acres.

Volunteer managed as a social enterprise, it provides training in woodland skills, a venue for activites and resources including milled timber, charcoal, and a wide range of traditional crafts.


Heritage Orchard

Coed Llwynonn Heritage Orchard is a project funded by the Heritage Lottery…


One aspect of our Social Enterprise business is the ability to process…

Traditional Crafts

As well as teaching a wide range of Traditional Crafts we also…

Long Forest Project

Keep Wales Tidy and the Woodland Trust have chosen Coed Llwynonn to…


Every inch of a tree has a value and a use -…


As part of our Glastir Woodland Management plan we have cleared an…
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Upcoming Events

2019 Coppice Festival AONB Masterclasses

18th/19th March 2019 KNIFE MAKING WORKSHOP Make a Whittling/Spoon Carving Knife with Huw Jones. Choose the blade, create and fit a handle, then prepare, shape and finish the sheath. 6 Places – £40.00 20th/21st March 2019 ADVANCED SQUARE BASKETS Make a […]

Anglesey Coppice Festival March 2019

Following the success of last year’s Coppice Open Day and Traditional Craft Masterclasses we are excited to be co-ordinating an even bigger series of Coppice Events this year! In conjunction with, and funded by, Anglesey Councils’ AONB and the Cwlwm […]

13th Anglesey Woodland Festival 2018

Plas Newydd National Trust, Llanfairpwll. Ynys Mon Over the weekend of the 29th and 30th September, from 11.00am until 4.00pm each day, there will be a wide range of demonstrations and workshops from professional craftspeople, children’s activities, local food and […]

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