Corporate Membership

This membership is ideal for companies with
up to 5 employees

This membership option includes
Further Education

This membership option includes
Higher Education

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CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP

BENEFITS INCLUDE

All classes of membership

• An option to have your business listed on Woodland Heritage’s website as a supporter of the charity and with a link to your own business’s website
• A £20 discount for any of your employees to attend the Woodland to Workshop course (one employee each year)
• An invitation for two people to come to our annual Field Weekend
• A free copy of the universally enjoyed Woodland Heritage Journal
• An e-newsletter, bringing updates on developments across the timber supply chain
• Access to the members-only section of the Charity’s website with its specialist knowledge and opinion
• Invitations to exclusive, members-only, events held across Britain

    Standard Corporate Membership

    As well as the benefits above, this level of membership offers:

    • Multiple extra copies of the acclaimed WH Journal each year
    • A £50 discount for any of your employees to attend the Woodland to Workshop course (one employee each year)

    Premium Corporate Membership

    Our highest level of membership offers all the benefits of the Standard package, as well as:

    • An option for an enhanced entry on the WH website
    • The possibility of using the WH logo in conjunction with ‘Supporting Member’ on your own literature and website (subject to prior approval)
    • On request, a visit to your UK premises by Woodland Heritage, or for Woodland Heritage to host a half day visit to its sawmill in Herefordshire, to give a talk to your employees or students on what WH is doing to improve the future for British Woods (once each year)
    • A £150 discount on a half or full-page advertisement in the Journal (artwork subject to approval)
    • A £250 discount for any of your employees to attend the Woodland to Workshop course (one employee each year)
    • An entry, case study or profile in the Woodland Heritage Journal
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