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I am keen to get into coppicing and would like to acquire an area to coppice. Does anyone know how you would go about or where you could find woodlands to coppice?

 

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Adam

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I am keen to get into coppicing and would like to acquire an area to coppice. Does anyone know how you would go about or where you could find woodlands to coppice?

 

Thanks

Adam

 

area please would help may be able to help if in hampshire or google local coppice group and ask if a coppicer would like some help in return for learning the trade if you want wood then look for hazel woods find owner And ask do not be suprised if asked to leave or woods for sale but not cheap option be good if you can find one to rent but a good coppice wood is hard to find and if you do look at £70 plus per acre to rent. need a neglected wood that needs help may then get it for nowt in return for working it. but coppice group is what you need to find

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Leicestershire Mr Sparrow 👍

 

thank you dan then needs to contact the local group if that does not bring nay results up then the natinal federation of coppice workers will let you know of a group nearby. they get people asking for there woods to be coppiced had 3 now come through if i was interested in working them

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thank you dan then needs to contact the local group if that does not bring nay results up then the natinal federation of coppice workers will let you know of a group nearby. they get people asking for there woods to be coppiced had 3 now come through if i was interested in working them

 

Thank you for the help. We'll get on it tomorrow 👍

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thank you dan then needs to contact the local group if that does not bring nay results up then the natinal federation of coppice workers will let you know of a group nearby. they get people asking for there woods to be coppiced had 3 now come through if i was interested in working them

 

There is no coppice group in the Midlands. I tried to get the National Forest to sponsor such a group but I was met with total indifference. You could get in touch with the Leicestershire Wildlife Trust to see if they need some help. If you have the requisite chainsaw certificates I would have thoght that they would have welcomed you with open arms.

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Thanks Mr copp.

 

Yes were ticketed up to cs45, and will give them a bell tomorrow.

I had a look today and found nothing which confirms what you've said. Thank you though

Dan

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