The WoodWorks Project at the
Centre for Stewardship in Falkland
A new programme for enterprising and creative young people who are inspired to learn about and work with wood or with woodlands
Our Bright Future Level 3 – WoodWorks
We ran a level 3 programme which was designed to support young people in setting up new businesses in the rural sector, providing individual support, mentoring and guidance.
This element of the programme has now come to a planned end. To find out more about what some of the young people got up to whilst they were with us please take a look at the videos below.
- Hamish Odinson, leather worker and mentor alongside participant Lydon who is a modern and historical crafter
- Mikey, interior and furniture designer
- Laura, Woodworker
- Leo Norris, mentor and furniture maker alongside and Lola creative crafter
To find out more about any element of our Rural Skills training programmes please contact Sarah on 01337 858838 or by email.
Our rural skills programmes at the Centre for Stewardship are only made possible with thanks to our funders. With thanks to funding from the National Lottery Community Fund and the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas.