Unfortunately due to Covid-19 we aren't able to attend as many woodfairs in 2021 as usual.
We hope we will be able to attend all of our normal events again in 2022.
Woodlands.co.uk are attending these events during 2021:
- The Oak Fair, Stock Gaylard, Dorset: 28th-29th August
- Belmont Woodfest and Country Fair, Kent: 11th-12th Sept
Details of woodfairs for 2022 will be added to this page as and when available.
We have a tent at each of these fairs where you can come and meet some of us, and find out more about owning a wood. On our stand at each event we have:
- details of woods for sale;
- WoodlandsTV highlights;
- books and general information on woodland ownership.
Our very knowledgeable regional managers would be on hand to answer your questions, and would be joined by other representatives of Woodlands.co.uk.
Woodfairs.co.uk: For information on other woodfairs and woodland related events around the country.
The Oak Fair is a unique event celebrating woodcraft, timber, conversation, craft & the countryside, with have over 200 exhibitors, traders and food stalls including a beer tent, cider tent and gin bar! Other highlights are the amazing demonstrations with heavy horse shows, falconry and impressive lumberjack displays! There is also big machinery demo's throughout the day including some historic and vintage pieces. The Woodlands.co.uk team will be there to discuss the joys of woodland ownership along with details of woodlands available in the south of England.
This year we will be at the Belmont Woodfest and Country Fair. Come and find out about small woodland ownership and management, meet existing owners and potential buyers and see details of our woods for sale at the Woodlands.co.uk stand. You will be able to talk to agents Ruth Feltham, Simon Feltham and Richard Scholfield, as well as Woodlands.co.uk founders, Margaret Hanton and Angus Hanton.
Richard Hare and Judith Millidge from the Small Woodland Owners’ Group (SWOG) will also be joining us with their tea urn and will be on hand to discuss all aspects of small woodland ownership. Come and have a chat, tell us what you've been up to in your wood and of course, enjoy a cup of tea.
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