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Recycle waste wood

Recycle your wood with Community Wood Recycling, save money and help the environment!

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Buy reclaimed wood

Need wood for DIY projects? Want to buy unique, environmentally-friendly timber and furniture?

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Work with us

If you believe in what we do, or you want to build your skills and confidence, come and join us!

Looking for a change in career? Want to help your community?

Entrepreneurs are needed to set up and run Community Wood Recycling enterprises in London, Leeds, Bradford, Edinburgh, Plymouth, Stoke, Bournemouth, Birmingham and Guildford.

Start your own enterprise

Latest News

  • The Woodhouse “Environmental Champion of the year”

    The Woodhouse “Environmental Champion of the year”

    Congratulations to The Woodhouse in Preston, who have been named as Environmental Champion of the year at the Social Enterprise Lancashire Network Awards.Read More »
  • Making Wood Work Training Programme

    Making Wood Work Training Programme

    Glasgow Wood Recycling, with funding by the National Lottery through the BIG Lottery Fund, is delighted to be recruiting three new posts, each offering three year contracts, to deliver its innovative new training programme.Read More »
  • We’ve moved!

    We’ve moved!

    We've moved our national coordination centre (the National Community Wood Recycling Project) into new offices at 97 Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1UJ. Our phone and fax numbers remain the same.Read More »
  • Making Wood Work in Glasgow

    Making Wood Work in Glasgow

    Glasgow Wood Recycling have been awarded £426,509 from the BIG Lottery Fund to launch “Making Wood Work”, a training and employment project providing opportunities for 144 people.Read More »
  • Global fame for Brighton Waste House

    Global fame for Brighton Waste House

    This exciting project, a collaboration between Brighton University, Mears Group and City College Brighton, is made of recycled products, scrap and unused materials from construction sites.Read More »

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