Frank Wright, Hedgelaying and Green Woodwork - In the winter I am available for: Hedgelaying Coppice work Tree work up to medium trees (no climbing and no machinery other than a hand winch). In the summer I do the other things including scything. Pictures are available if required.
R G Hewitt is a multi award winning horticultural contractor, landscaping gardens across Sussex and Surrey since 1985, with a flair for using timber products in harmony with the natural environment, I can also supply sweet chestnut poles etc, mobile saw mill. and organic blueberry production
Underwoodsman - Baskets (made to order), Continuous Weave Fencing and Border Edging, Hurdles and Gates, Living Willow Structures for schools and gardens, Pea Sticks and Bean Poles (seasonal), also Playdens, Summerhouses and Rose Arches A full range of courses is held at the Green Wood Workshop at Bore Place on the Sussex/Kent/Surrey border nr Sevenoaks, including: basketry hurdle-making hedgelaying rustic chairs and Windsor chairs hand tools maintenance coppicing and layering, living willow seats and structures, willow garden structures (sweet pea obelisks, sunflower plant supports etc), green woodwork (including pole-lathe turning) Please use this address for correspondence: 4 Mount Pleasant Cottages, [...]
Rob Stringer provides Hazel hurdles, beanpoles & peasticks, hedgelaying stakes & binders, river faggots. Sweet chestnut post & rail fencing, poles & stakes. Firewood & kindling, barbecue charcoal & fines. Chainsaw milling. Visit him at his website: http://www.robswoodlands.co.uk
J. E. Homewood make top quality and long lasting, Homewood Cleft Chestnut Fencing. Perfect for boundaries, screens and windbreaks This versatile fencing can also screen compost bins, provide shelter for new hedge planting and even stabilise sand dunes, all the while giving you attractive and durable fencing. This fencing can be customised to your needs and we adhere, as closely as possible to the British Standard BS1722-4:1986. Also available from us, sweet chestnut post and rail fencing and stakes. All using locally coppiced sweet chestnut. Established in 1946 , by Jimmy Homewood, the business is now run by his son, Steve Homewood. Visit our website at: https://jehomewood.co.uk/