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    Carmarthenshire Outdoor Schools: getting started

    Once the four pilot schools were identified as Carmarthenshire’s first Outdoor Schools I met with the Headteachers of each of them to go over them what is expected of them as an Outdoor School and how to make a start on the road to becoming ambassadors for the initiative in Carmarthenshire. The four schools that became our pilot […]

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    Carmarthenshire Outdoor Schools: what? why? how?

    I am working closely with pilot schools across Carmarthenshire to launch an initiative based on the the Pembrokeshire Outdoor Schools project. What? Outdoor Schools is an initiative that was developed by a couple of enthusiastic head teachers in Pembrokeshire in 2010. The aim is to teach children to be fully engaged with and confident in their […]

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    Garden and College helping shape future farming generations

    A new deal between the National Botanic Garden and Coleg Sir Gar will play a big part in shaping the next generation in agriculture to make a difference to the environment. A five-year farm management agreement between the Garden and the college has been signed with both organisations hailing the move as an excellent ‘win-win’ […]

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    Volunteers Blog – April 2013

    A Good Place To Go Our visits to the National Botanic Garden of Wales are usually in the form volunteering and can be busy with no time for just wandering about.  So we decided to go as visitors on Easter Sunday afternoon.  It was a beautiful day and some of our family were visiting so […]

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