We sent photographer Augustus Farmer up to watch our good friend Stephen of Helmdon Sawmill run our recently sourced parcel of homegrown Oak through... read more
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Old timber-blog fans will be well acquainted with the Graham & Grant factor, or G Unit as we like to call them. Well, the years... read more
21.02.2014 Here it is Folks… and all is revealed! You’re looking at the TIMBER SALE PRICE LIST as it stands today (we’re not promising we... read more
Look, I have to show you this… I’ve got butterflies! They just flew in … just this minute! This is mid project… a blanket box being made... read more
One log… One heart… lets-join-it-together-with-some-lovely-little-butterfly-joints-like-Andrew-from-Wabi-Sabi-does and it will be all right…. OK, that was a dreadful wasn’t it??? I know (huge groan) look at me... read more
I have never smelled anything like this! This little treat is courtesy of our friends at Besmoke who gifted this beautiful smoked garlic in return for Oak sawdust... read more
of Life, the Universe and Everything … is blatantly not 42… it is Oak.
Now tell me that doesn’t look edible to you..?? Well it’s not a Burr Oak souffle more’s the pity… we’d be sorted for lunch!
Say ‘Hello’ to Mr Dave Fry, seasoned veteran of timber haulage, sitting comfortably in his cab after a hard days hauling and smiling as always…
It’s all about the wood. It’s why we do what we do. It’s all we do. Our work is to produce beautiful timber. It’s the... read more