Whitney Sawmills launched its new website this autumn. The fresh, new design is in the style of Woodland Heritage’s own site, the charity having bought Whitney Sawmills in August 2016 from Will Bullough, who founded the milling business in the early-1990s
Woodland Heritage’s Best Use of British Timber Awards at the Celebration of Craftsmanship & Design exhibition aims to promote the use of local resources to produce pieces that have added meaning beyond their basic function.
Three attendees at the latest running of the ‘Irregular Silviculture in the Lowlands: Transformation in Practice’ course and one at another CCF course in North Wales all received grants from Woodland Heritage towards the costs of their attendance in October.
In August, Woodland Heritage was delighted to learn that HRH The Prince of Wales had accepted its request to renew his Patronage of the charity. The Prince of Wales agreed to become Patron of Woodland Heritage in 2005 in recognition of the charity's efforts to improve the management of woodlands in the UK.
Graham Taylor MBE, MICFor, Managing Director of Pryor and Rickett Silviculture, stepped down as a trustee of Woodland Heritage at its AGM in Staffordshire in June, after eight, highly productive years on the board.