Coed-y-Felin SJ 192 677(25 acres)

Ancient woodland on limestone with associated wildflowers and a nature trail.

Coed-y-Felin is an ancient woodland, carpeted with bluebells in Spring.

It is an ancient broad leaved woodland, extending for about half a mile along the south
facing slope of the Afon Chwiler Valley, about four miles north west of Mold.

It is leased to the North Wales Wildlife Trust by Wimpy Asphalt.

The reserve is situated four miles north west of Mold at Hendre, on the A541.

There is a small car park at the western end with disabled access
and a large car park at the eastern end.

For further information on this reserve, please contact  Graham Berry
on :07764897416 or email
Coed Y Felin
On Saturday 15th  November  2008
Coed Y Felin at Hendre played host for the
third successful year to its traditional
woodland crafts and horse logging event
Visitors were impressed by the awesome
power of the heavy horse pulling
logs,demonstrations by a traditional welsh
clog maker, charcoal making, hot chestnuts
on the camp fire, a demonstration of survival
skills and a traditional welsh corracle and
welsh longbow maker
Heavy horse-Boxer
Tools made from silver birch by survival skills team
Heavy horse pulling swedish design rig
Making Clogs
Welsh coracle and longbow maker and his dog
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On July 18th 2014 a group of local volunteers gathered to
learn the traditional skill of scything

As these pictures show they worked hard to scyth and rake
the lower meadow in Coed y Felin
despite the flies and the heat

This event was organised
by Mike Klymko from North Wales Wildlife Trust