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News Update

Our latest news can now be found on our facebook page :-

https://m.facebook.com/CherryWoodProject/?locale2=en_GB

This replaces our newsletter

 

 

 

Coppice Products

A wide range of coppice products are now available from Cherry Woods own harvest. Please call Tim or Coppice Worker Kirby on 07582 883093 or email on:- This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Hedging Stakes.
Sold in bundles of 10,
5ft6" long, between 1" and 2" thick and straight.
Used in the supporting of a newly laid hedge. These can also be used as upright stakes in continuous woven fences up to 4 ft in height.
£9 a bundle,  discounts for orders of over 100 stakes.

Bean poles
Sold in bundles of 11,
8ft long, between 1" and 2" thick.
Used to support the growth of beans on veg plots allotments and gardens, these are relatively straight, if you require flexible bent poles for creating arches a more arched structure please specify when ordering, these can also be used for more structural poles in benders
£10.50 a bundle.

Pea sticks
Sold in bundles of 10,
4 - 6ft in length and specifically grown flat grown formation hazel branch.
These are used for supporting growing sweat peas and other delicate climbers.
£6 a bundle

Weaving poles.
Sold in bundles of 20,
Minimum length 8ft, most are more like 10-12ft+, 1" and under in diameter.
These are used in the construction of bender structures and as the weave in continuous woven fences, if you need particularly thin poles for the top binding for a newly laid hedge please specify when ordering.
£14 a bundle

Faggots.
6ft long, 1ft in diameter.
These large bundles of brash are used in river bank restoration. Made from all the tops of the brash in the coppice, these are predominantly hazel but will also have some ash, elm, dog wood and sycamore in them too. Smaller sizes are available to order for bonfires.
£8

Yurt poles.
These are cut to order to your specifications and yurt design, price depends on whether you want the pole pealed, drilled, bent, etc or just want raw poles.

 

Course Dates 2017

Are now available here:- Course dates list

 


Welcome to this years apprentices George and Celi who are both old friends of Cherry Wood having spent many a volunteers week here. They were getting there hands dirty today preparing the raised beds for sowing this seasons veg.

Apprentices 2017

 


 

 

Working With People

We have been doing some really useful work of late which can be summed up in this video - please take a look:-

http://youtu.be/WIq7v6S88Jg

 Summer Holidays - Children's Activity days

For parents and careers trying to fill their charges days away from computers with a healthy outdoor alternative. Four themed Wednesdays in late July/August.

For full details go to Course Details tab and WoodKidz

 

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Music in the woods

We had a visit from a lovely group a couple of weeks ago - watch the video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=o5aJTLccPKA

 

Bursary

On some of our Green Woodwork courses there is a late booking half bursary available for students, low earners, etc so please ring and discuss with Tim and put yourself on the list - but please note that this does not include Elm seats if required. The idea is that if a course has a cancellation or empty place within a week of running Tim will give those on the list a ring to see if they wish to take advantage.

 

Watch a new Video!!

Daniel Dobbie spent a few weeks last Spring filming various activities in Cherry Wood including the Introduction to Leathwork course. Click on the link below to watch this informative film:-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnUVU-Qet0s

with many thanks to Dobbie  www.angelfishfilms.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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