On bright December days, the wood is a delightful place to spend time. When the trees are bare, the sun illuminates the vibrant colours of ferns, mosses and fallen leaves. We notice the contrast of pale lichens and bright spots of fungi on fallen twigs against the dark damp ground.
Boduan Sanctuary Wood Wednesday 13th December 11am-2pm Join us in Boduan Sanctuary Wood. Please wear weather appropriate clothing. How to find us | Get in touch for more information | Donate
It’s been years since I walked through the wood at night. On Bonfire Night it was silent apart from a burst of harsh bird-sound, you couldn’t call it song. Ravens, perhaps? We’ve seen them flying in the day-time. Leafless trees stood still, tall black skeletons under a starry sky; it seemed as though the only… Read more »
You are invited to a Public Meeting at Hen Ysgol Bodorgan Community Centre, Ynys Môn LL62 5AB on Friday 29 September at 7pm. The Eternal Forest Trust would like to share its ideas about creating a natural burial ground on Anglesey. It would be part woodland and part wildflower meadow, open to everyone. Come and… Read more »
Today was golden, beautiful. The wood was the best place to be. I’m so glad it’s been raining! The fungi had all but disappeared after the recent hot weather and I was worried that there would be nothing to find next Sunday, when Charles Aron is coming to the wood to teach us about them.
Boduan Sanctuary Wood Sunday 17th September 2 o’clock onwards Is it a poisonous toadstool or a delicious mushroom? Find out with fungus expert Charles Aron.
Our manager Julia Everitt met Claire Sandys from the Silent Why at the wood to talk about the Eternal Forest Trust and natural woodland burials. Find out more on the Silent Why website. www.thesilentwhy.com/post/theeternalforest
It’s Eisteddfod time again, and never again will it be this close to our burial ground! Are you a Welsh learner or speaker who can help run our stall on the maes? Or help at the burial ground giving out leaflets? Any time from August 5th – 12th. Please come to support the wood you… Read more »
We’re a charity with a mission to create more woodland burial grounds. Can you help us do this? Do you own any land on Anglesey? Do you know of any small plots of land for sale there? (about 2 acres) – with good road access? We have looked carefully at one possible site, but it… Read more »
You are invited to a Public Meeting at St Cyngar’s Church Hall, Llangefni LL77 7EB on Monday 12 June at 7pm. The Eternal Forest Trust would like to share its ideas about creating a natural burial ground on Anglesey. It would be part woodland and part wildflower meadow, open to everyone. Come and chat over… Read more »