We use low impact methods and techniques when creating our cabins which helps to retain and enhance the woodland, its wildlife and their habitats.
Our pioneering cabin design fits around the forest. We use a lightweight micro pile system, which mimics a tree root and is installed using simple portable tools, making it extremely low impact and ecologically sensitive.
No Mow May allows flowering plants to grow and bloom, providing vital nectar and pollen for many different species of bees as well as other important pollinators including butterflies, moths, hoverflies and beetles.
If you're visiting in the next few weeks, take a moment to look around and you’ll notice an increase in the number of insects in the longer grass. But it’s not just the insects that will benefit, more food and shelter is available for bats, birds, small mammals, amphibians and many more.
Richard Price, Teacher at Cyfarthfa Park Primary School commented:
‘It was a welcome opportunity to finally be able to take the children back to the great outdoors and let them experience some exploration and adventure - which they all thoroughly enjoyed! The children enjoyed naming the trees they planted, knowing that in years to come they'd be able to return and see the forest they had helped plant grow into something special, just like them.’