The Sussex and Surrey Coppice Group is a members led networking organisation covering everything from planting and managing woodland, to the production and installation of end products. We operate in conjunction with the National Federation of Coppice Workers and have been a recognised professional industry body since 1997.
The Sussex and Surrey Coppice Group welcome new members from many disciplines such as Coppice workers, Woodland owners/workers, traditional craft makers, Greenwood workers, blacksmiths who feel they fit and many more, it is always worth getting in contact and finding out, even if you are just interested in what we do or would like to spend some time working alongside our members. Use the CONTACT page if you are interested.
2022 was a great show season with many events attended and great support from our members. The season ended with the Bentley Wood Fair which ran over 3 days and saw plenty of interest in the SSCG and the crafts associated with it. […]
Were you not there? Shame on you! On the other hand – you missed out! Serves you right! ���� Oh
alright, we missed you a bit!
Not much! But a bit! ��
Ok, Ok, the story – so who was there – Clive, N, Chris, Bob, Graham, Tina, Roger, Katie, ?, Chloe,
Steve, ?, […]
A Group meeting was held on the 21st April at the Warnham mill pond nature reserve venue,
We were delighted to have as our speaker for the evening Nick Coats and his wife Sarah.
Nick a former engineer is passionate about all things woody, after many years of research, trial and error, Nick has perfected the art of making wooden bikes from […]
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