Artist Rawley Clay is the founder and vision holder of Coed Hills, a low impact arts, sustainability
and healing centre in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Areas of interest
- Sustainable Living
- Arts and Health
- Eco Building
Artist Rawley Clay founded Coed Hills in 1997 as a low impact community and rural arts space, dedicated to modelling a simpler, sustainable life.
Coed (pronounced Coyd) has morphed over the years from an arts space to also be available for hire for weddings and events. Coed is also home to a community of people who live an off grid life, and work the land using ancestral methods and manage the 180 acres of unspoilt ancient Woodland, man-made lakes and beautiful summer meadows. With elevated views reaching as far as the Jurassic coastline of Wales, yet just a stones throw from the Welsh Capital, Cardiff, Coed is a hidden Utopia from modern life.
Coed is a leading centre for low impact living in Wales, and hosted many international events including Art show’s and the UK Permaculture Convergence. It has been internationally identified as a place for those who want to embrace an off grid way of living in harmony with nature in a sustainable environment or to explore and evolve their connection with themselves in tranquil and peaceful surroundings.