Baltas hard at work
Fraser practices whilst renovating a sad flailed hedge. Give it a year and it will be full of life!
A fantastic tool worth it's weight in gold
Hurdle maker Ken Galton
Work with us...
Where would we be without volunteers? There's no better place to work than in the woods but coppice work can be a hard and lonely way to earn a living; restoring overstood hazel coppice is a relatively quick job, cut in seven year rotations it can take three rotations before you start to see the return in physical investment. Sadly it's in decline which has a knock on effect on wildlife. We try to do our bit to keep this valuable tradition alive but due to the financial pressures it has to take a back seat to the paid jobs. We try to keep regular days in the woods with volunteers who are vital to getting the work done, if you're interested in spending time in the woods, learning new skills and possibly earning some paltry pocket money then please do get in touch!
We use a small group of self employed workers to make things happen, we are always on the lookout for skilled and unskilled gardeners, landscapers and tree workers. Whether you have the skills to pay the bills, or maybe don't but are eager to learn on the job then let us know via the contact page...
There are currently no job vacancies however do drop us a line with your details and we will keep you in mind when things change.