We were delighted to attend the NatWest SE100 awards last night, and find out that we made it onto the SE100 index of the country’s top 100 social enterprises.
We’re delighted to have been shortlisted for the NatWest SE100 Social Business Awards, in the Resilience category. After celebrating 20 years of wood recycling last year, it’s a lovely recognition of the achievements of the network.
We were delighted to be asked by ISG plc to save the historic track of Manchester’s HSBC UK National Cycling Centre for reuse when it was replaced as part of the velodrome’s refurbishment.
This weekend we marked 20 years of the country’s first community wood recycling project, The Wood Store Brighton. We were joined by volunteers from the early days of the project, wood recyclers from all over the country, and some of the many builders who use our wood recycling services.
We are delighted to have been named Wood Recycling Business of the Year at the Awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste – a great achievement from everyone in the network.
The Community Wood Recycling social franchise is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Set up in 1998, Brighton & Hove Wood Recycling Project has been saving resources and serving the community for two decades. Community wood recycling was set up to promote the concept around the country and now there are around 30 enterprises nationwide.
Community Wood Recycling is a multi-award winning social enterprise committed to saving resources and creating jobs for disadvantaged people. We are looking for a Customer Account Manager to join our happy team based in our central Brighton office.
We’ve been nominated again! We’re delighted that for the second year running we’ve received a nomination in the Awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management.
Kier Construction have been great supporters of our work, and we were delighted to get a mention in this article from their Environmental Adviser for Scotland and North East England, Claire Tait, along with a very welcome plug for the opportunities the industry has for women.
The National Community Wood Recycling Project was officially incorporated 15 years ago today. With 28 member enterprises across the country and some very exciting new starters scheduled this year, we’ve got a lot to celebrate. It’s been amazing to get