The newest member of our network, Wood Saints in Wolverhampton, is now open for business. This project has been set up by the All Saints Action Network. Based in the All Saints area of Wolverhampton, a deprived inner city area
After 14 years trading at the historic Cattle Market, Bristol Wood Recycling Project now has keys to its new premise in William Street, St Philips. The project’s last day of trading at Cattle Market Road will be on Saturday 27th January,
Wood recyclers work with local people to save resources, and Christmas is a great opportunity to get young people involved.
We are delighted to welcome the newest member of our network, Resources Regeneration in Middlesbrough.
Move On, which works in Scotland to unlock the potential of vulnerable young people and those affected by homelessness in order to improve their lives, is setting up a project in Edinburgh. They are looking for an Operational Manager, to launch and grow the project.
Just Wood Leicestershire have been on the television again! This time it’s Big House Little House on Channel 4.
Representatives of Bristol Wood Recycling met with staff at Crest Nicholson Regeneration’s site at Bath Western Riverside yesterday to present them with a certificate of recycling achievement, celebrating the site’s contribution of over 100 tonnes of wood waste recycled with with Community Wood Recycling.
Brighton and Hove Wood Recycling project has won the P.E.A. (People. Environment. Achievement.) Award in the Resources category. The winners were announced at a Green Carpet event on Friday at the i360 observation tower.
The Community Wood Recycling network welcomes our newest enterprise, Gloucester Wood Recycling, which will be offering a collection service to Gloucester, Cheltenham and the surrounding areas.
Brighton and Hove Wood Recycling Project has been shortlisted for the 2016 P.E.A. (People. Environment. Achievement.) Awards, the UK’s leading sustainability awards, honouring the individuals and teams behind ecological business.