The Milkwood Project will showcase its skills in Narberth
A back-to-nature project in Pembrokeshire is showcasing its woodland offerings next month to encourage more people to take part.
The Milkwood Project was set up a year ago to provide access for vulnerable adults to outdoor woodland activities and therapeutic woodwork workshops to enhance their mental health and physical well-being.
It was recently awarded National Lottery funding which means it can extend its range of activities in its idyllic woodland setting in Llawhaden.
These activities include spoon carving, pole lathe turning, charcoal-making, life drawing and shrink pot making, while a weekly whittling club that involves over 10 people learning to make spoons has developed.
Pic: Woodland skills are the therapeutic activities offered by the Milkwood Project. (Image: The Milkwood Project)