Cadw recognises, however, that some of the conifers are unusual, and some will therefore be retained for their lifetime.
Meinir Morgan, headteacher of Ysgol Ffairfach, was delighted when Coed
Cadw offered the children the chance to plant trees and she was thrilled that every child would get the opportunity to take part, not just the older ones.
The old stone shelter is part of a small farm owned by Coed
Cadw and was in danger of falling down and depriving the bats of the roost they use as a nursery for their young during the summer.
There he was, warming up with his adult coed
softball team in its first game of the season in the summer of 1995.
For purchasers keen not to miss out in the meantime at Coed
Briwnant, located in a quiet country village just five miles from Cardiff, there are still limited opportunities to secure a new home.
Less strenuous hikes can be had in the Betws y Coed
area, exploring the local streams and fields, forests and hills.
And with Forestry Commission Wales set to increase planting payments, Coed
Cymru is expecting a rush of interest.
In the wake of its successful campaign to extend the site in 2004, the trust is extending Coed
Tregib by creating 32 acres of new woodland.
While team categories include coed
, male, female, corporate and masters (coed
with a combined age of more than 120), prize money is awarded only in the coed
division - $1,000 first place, $600 second and $400 third.
In the Coed
C3 division, EV Free are undefeated at 10-0, with Power Slam and Mass Confusion tied for second at 5-5.
In the Coed
D7 division, Bearded Dragons is undefeated at 10-0, with Freds Flintstones second with a 8-2 record.
Like almost all Coed
Cadw woods, it is open for anyone to visit at any time free of charge.
Martin O'Neill will be producing ceramics at Snowdonia Arts Festival in Betws y Coed
Picture ROBERT PARRY JONES Watercolour of a mill at Trefriw, by David Cox Jr, who with his father David Cox Sr, were responsible for the emergence of an artist's colony in Betws-y-Coed
The wet upland oak woods of Meirionnydd - dubbed the Celtic Rainforest - are undergoing restoration by Coed
Cadw (Woodland Trust) with the support of SITA Trust and Natural Resources Wales (NRW).
Ac mae 'na un peth arall sy'n grt am Broneirion, a hynny ydi'r coed
welingtonia mawr sydd wedi eu plannu yno.