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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.

Recent News

Covid-19: Safe working practices in arboriculture

The information in this news item is from the Arboricultural Association who have put together some very helpful information for people who work with trees, there is a lot more good information on their site including posters and helpful links and advice that we would recommend you have a look at to help keep you safe during these continuing difficult […]

TAKE PART IN GROWN IN BRITAIN WEEK

(News from the Grown in Britain website)

A week of events from 12th -18th October 2020 including the Forestry conference on the 14th.

This year’s event will focus on three areas, Good for Business, Good for the Planet and Good for the Future and will be opened with a Keynote Address from Sir William Worsley, Forestry Commission Chair. The speakers will discuss […]

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Products & Services

Do you need some Hazel sticks or help with some hedge laying? To find out more about the products & services our members can offer:

Visit our Members Directory

Events Calendar

National Coppice Week

17th October - 25th October

Committee Meeting (MO)

29th October @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Members meeting – Incurable (MO) (P)

12th November @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

National Tree week

30th November - 6th December

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