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  1. have just felled 2 beech 6 to 8ton will take 1.500 for all will need to collect. if interested pls pm.
  2. Hi, This is my first post of here so I'll say a little about myself to start I'm based in the north east and I run my own firewood company called Newlands Firewood Supplies with my brother. We've been going for 5 years now starting with an axe and a chainsaw in year one selling ~£1000 worth of logs and now on to a harvester and processor with a few machines between selling a heck of a lot more! :big grin: Anyway, Ive just set up my website complete with online store and would love to get some feedback from you lads. Especially since you know what you're talking about when it comes to firewood! Link: http://www.newlandsfirewood.co.uk Thank you, James
  3. We supply kiln dried hardwood logs in nets across the uk at wholesale prices. Our prices start from as low as £1.91 (ex vat) per net delivered to you!! Contact us for more information! [email protected]
  4. Hi, mentioned this a while back but didn't think we would get job, and now we have. We mainly do tree surgery but got asked to clear a wood of fallen trees and hung up trees (mainly from last winter) Species are Beech, Birch, Cherry and Ash Roughly there are 6 Beech around 24 -36inch dbh, five Cherry, around 18inch dbh, then 3 Birch 12 -18inch dbh and one or two Ash around 16 inch dbh all trees above are woodland grown, and around 60-80 foot and still sound for firewood also got a stand of larch with 10 dead in amoungst it, again around 60-80 foot and finally three large field hedge oaks and a large dead Chestnut that have got to come down. I am guessing that the field grown stuff especially the chestnut is probably no use to any one commercially? not sure about the larch (still solid) but would the other woodland timber be worth us cutting to length, stacking roadside and selling for firewood, or is there not enough? - and its not exactly easy processor size if any one is interseted please let me know as starting today and would be interested to know what length to cut timber to for firewood (2.5m?) will be extracting with a timber trailer, so if anyone very local, we could deliver thanks for any help. Peter
  5. KILN DRIED HARDWOOD FOR SALE, wholesale or domestic, in: container loads of 32m3 or bagged into your own branded bags. All timber is sourced within Cumbria and is kiln dried to below 20% moisture content. Pm me for prices or call our office on 01229580555. visit http://www.lakesbiomass.com.
  6. Beech cordwood for sale at roadside in 3 metre lengths. Approx 75 ton in total will sell as a whole or in 26ton loads. £50 ton plus vat roadside price. Buyer to arrange haulage. Payment on weigh tickets. Timber is located south Cumbria LA12 8NA. Contact me on [email protected]
  7. We have more firewood than we are likely to need for our customers so are looking to sell a few wagon loads. Mixed Hazel, Silver Birch, Oak, Sycamore etc. All hardwood. It was cut in Jan/Feb 2014 and is stacked roadside. The Arnside store (lower) set of photos on the website below. https://sites.google.com/site/davidwaincountrysidecontracti/firewood-and-timber-photos


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