Coeden Fach is a community tree nursery growing native trees from locally gathered seeds which are available for sale to schools, community organisations and the general public. Aims to raise awareness of the importance of sustainable land management and offer training and practical aid in growing trees and perennial plants for both woodlands and food production.
Facilities: Volunteering, Wildlife area, Sustainable/Green building on site
Open to the public?Yes
Open to the public - details: During opening times
Tue 9.30-1.30, Thu 9.30-1.30 or pre-arranged visits
No 14 bus from Swansea.
From Swansea A4067, B4436, take Bishopston turning and drive throught the village. Park by the Post Office on Brandy Cove Road and walk down Narrow Lane past the seage works. The field is the next gate on the right.
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