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Businesses Found: 19
Forest Knights are one of the UK's leading Bushcraft and First Aid Training Schools. Our courses based in the beautiful Sussex Countryside focus on our clients requirements. We enable every student to leave with a greater understanding of the subject and keep our group sizes small so every student feels their needs are met.
Forest Knights specialises in teaching wilderness skills to people of all abilities. Our focus is on developing a deeper understanding and appreciation of the outdoor environment. Everyone attending one of our bushcraft courses will leave with a wider knowledge and understanding of the natural world and a desire to learn more. We will take you beyond mere survival through bushcraft to thriving in the world’s wild places. The wilderness is a wonderful medium for teaching personal growth and development.
Coppice Blossom produces beautiful, unique hand-crafted wooden gifts made exclusively from locally grown coppice wood.
The individuality of many of the gifts is enhanced by using pressed British flowers. I demonstrate and sell my products at Countryside Shows and Fairs in Surrey, Hampshire and Sussex and on my website.
Fandangle Crafts has been set up by Bob Iles, who has been a greenwood worker and carpenter for many years. His crafting business was set up to sell some of the things he has made.
Fandangle Crafts has been set up by Bob Iles, who has been a greenwood worker and carpenter for many years. His crafting business was set up to sell some of the things he has made. Bob's key areas of work include:
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.
Sweet Chestnut rustic garden structures and furniture such as rose arches, gates, garden fencing, pergolas, split chestnut woven panels, benches, tables, your own designs, check website for examples and more ideas.
Hedges & Hurdles contracts out Hedgelaying, Wattle Hurdle Making and other woodland management services to local authorities, organisations such as the National Trust and private residents and landowners including local farmers who wish to ensure a stock-proof barrier around their land.
chestnut fencing | gate automation | fencing supplies
J. E. Homewood make top quality and long lasting, Homewood Cleft Chestnut Fencing.
Keepers Coppicing is a small woodland based business in Westfield specialising in:
I offer a range of Garden and Estate Maintenance Services
R. Pink Garden and Estate Maintenance offer a range of Garden and Estate Maintenance Services, including:
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
Coppicing & Woodland management.
Rob Stringer provides Hazel hurdles, beanpoles & peasticks, hedgelaying stakes & binders, river faggots.
Robin supplies Trugs all over the World. He exports somewhere in the region of 40% of the Trug production every year. In the autumn of 1997 Robin Tuppen demonstrated Trug making at the Courson Gardening Show in France where he was awarded the ‘Ruban d’Argent’ (Silver Ribbon) for his Trugs. Robin runs Trug training courses.
Robin supplies Trugs all over the World. He exports somewhere in the region of 40% of the Trug production every year. In the autumn of 1997 Robin Tuppen demonstrated Trug making at the Courson Gardening Show in France where he was awarded the ‘Ruban d’Argent’ (Silver Ribbon) for his Trugs and then in the spring of 1998 and 1999 he was awarded the ‘Ruban d’Or’ (Gold Ribbon). Other awards have been received in the United Kingdom and mainland Europe.
For twenty years Roger Day has been devoted to highlighting the natural beauty of trees.
Roger Day: For him they embody nature’s essential force of life.
Woodland and forestry operations including planting, thinning, felling and non native species removal
I produce and sell woven willow coffins to the public and trade made using locally sourced willow along with Somerset willow.
I specialise in making “Green willow coffins” made using unprocessed willow with the bark on which have a natural handmade appearance.
Please email or phone for more information as our website is out of action at the moment. We offer traditional fencing suited to your needs.
Ecological Estate and Woodland Management.
Specialising in the Sustainable Management of Native Woodland and Wildlife.
John Waller, Underwoodsman local, sustainable, traditional
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),