About WoodWorks

WoodWorks is an innovative new programme for enterprising and creative young people who wish to learn about woodland culture and make more of Scottish woodlands.

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Our mission is to develop new ways of supporting young people to turn their ideas into practical action. Young people will get the chance to immerse in and reconnect with the natural world, establish their own woodland based enterprise, and to realise their potential by adding value to Scotland’s woodland resources.

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WoodWorks is now branching out to work with Cambo Estate, featuring exciting training opportunities & events.
http://www.camboestate.com/

Through the programme applicants get the chance to mentor with highly skilled craftspeople.

An online application to our programme can be found at: http://woodworks.org.uk/woodworks-application/

 

Next Event

WoodWorks Enterprise Taster Event

From: Saturday Nov 18th, 2017
To: Sunday Nov 19th, 2017

Are you 18 – 24 years old, interested in setting up a woodland enterprise or developing your crafting skills with a view to selling your hand made products?

Yes!

Then, why not join us for this free, non-residential taster weekend to try out new skills and think business!
To find out more and book a place with a passionate craft person of your choice contact Liz Corke,  Volunteer Coordinator at Cambo by email: volunteer@camboheritagetrust.org.uk

Where?

Cambo Estate, St Andrews, United Kingdom
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