Small Wood in association with the Hampshire Coppice Craftsmen’s Group have created an exciting woodland and green wood crafts training opportunity. Continue reading
Small Woods accounts for 2014/15 are now available here. Hard copies will be given to all attending the AGM on 12th September in Cirencester.
Smallwoods association and the Hampshire Coppice craftsman’s group have created an exciting woodland training opportunity.
A two year part time apprenticeship is on offer to a hard working individual keen to learn the basic skills needed to begin working within the woodland sector.
A recruitment event will take place on September 23rd & 24th near Swanmore, Hamshire.
For futher information and/or to book on please contact 07964 934556 or email RichardThomason@smallwoods.org.uk
3 Cherry burrs for sale. Suitable for bowl making or wood turning, milling service available, contact Richard Thomason for more information. Continue reading
Rob Penn, who many of you will have come across as presenter of Tales from the Wildwood, has agreed to become the Patron of Small Woods. An enthusiastic advocate for well managed small woodlands, Rob will be helping us raise our profile by speaking at our annual conference, contributing a regular column to our quarterly Small Woods magazine, hosting woodland visits and helping us make our case to partners and funders. See here for more information.
For Small Woods branded merchandise please follow the link smallwoods.impacttrading.co.uk
All seemed to be going very well on the Small Woods Association stand at the recent APF show, that is until their full size willow sculpture of a Deer, which formed the central display, was stolen.
Richard Thomason project manager for the Small Woods Association said ‘we were having a great show with lots of interested visitors. We shared our stand with the Deer Initiative to promote the need for sustainable deer management and to launch our Venison pledge initiative to encourage more people to eat wild venison.’