• Coppice & woodland management
  • Woodland consultancy and advice
  • Coppice rotation plans created
  • Coppice training
  • Managing for wildlife
  • Grant applications
  • Felling and thinning
  • Planting/ restocking
  • Coppicing courses & training
  • Round wood timber framed buildings
  • Rustic Garden structures designed & built
  • Logstores






We now have a credit and debit card payment facility which enables our customers to pay for courses, tools and structures with a credit card without having a paypal account.


Below is our latest structure.

An outdoor classroom.

Below is our latest garden room,

Below is our latest rustic shed

Below is a glamping lodge we have constructed.

We had to initiallly build a deck 5.7m x 4.2m suspended over the water to take the main structure. The lodge is 3.5m x 3.2m with a veranda 2.2m front to back. It is double skinned, insulated with Alpaca fleece in the walls, under the floor and in the ceiling. It is internally clad with Cedar boards. The roof is made from our own Cedar shingles. The lodge includes folding beds which we supplied. The georgian doors and windows are glazed with toughened glass.


Below is our latest pergola which we built in Surrey. It is made from rustic Larch.and is 8m long.

Below is one of one of our unique structures built specifically for a wedding in a hotel. The spec said that it has to be beautiful, self supporting and pre built then delivered and assembled inside prior to the wedding. The wedding ceremony took place underneath the structure. It is pictured at Ready Money Beach in Cornwall.

Below are images of one of our latest commissions. Designed by a local architect and built by us. It features peeled Ash spindles, peeled Larch poles and a floor of Larch boards.

Concept drawing

Below are some of our latest Gazebos made from Western Red Cedar shingles and peeled Larch poles.


Our latest round wood timber framed building

Below are some images of our latest timber framed building. The main structure is peeled Larch. The joints are pegged with Oak It will be clad with Larch and Western red Cedar and incorporates a Pine floor. All sourced from local woodlands we manage


Below is an image of our latest tree house.

The structure illustrated below is constructed from peeled Larch Poles and has Western Red Cedar cladding and shingles

All the timber is from local woodlands that we sustainably manage.

We have now incorporated Malvern logstores into Malvern coppicing.






We are now stocking Morris of Dunsford Newtown Billhooks.


We also have a new range of Hand axes and Green woodworking tools for sale.

Phil Hopkinson