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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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

Visit to Leo Norris’s Wood & Metal Workshop

From: Saturday Nov 19th, 2016
To: Saturday Nov 19th, 2016

I have organised for Leo to provide a training day for WoodWorks on Saturday the 19th of November 2016 from 11-1pm at his workshop in Ladybank

The training day will include:
-Guided tour around his workshop
-Talk on his experience running a craft enterprise
-Prepare us for running our Open Studio in 2017
-The chance for you all to ask him questions about running & setting up a business

Where?

Kinloch Street, Ladybank KY15 7LF, United Kingdom
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