We were delighted to be one of 40 social enterprises featured by the Big Issue on Social Enterprise Day as they showed how trading for good can make the world a better place. Why not have look at the whole
It’s Women in Social Enterprise Week, and we’re celebrating some of the exceptional women in our network. Whether it’s in the workshop, out on construction sites collecting waste wood, sharing knowledge with customers in our shops, keeping everything organised in
19th November is Social Enterprise Day. We believe that now more than ever communities working together in businesses set up for people not for profit have a key role in tackling the challenges we face and rebuilding our economy to
The National Community Wood Recycling Project, the umbrella body for the Community Wood Recycling network, has been accredited as a Living Wage Employer.
Community Wood Recycling has been featured in the latest report for the Buy Social Corporate Challenge. This scheme, run by Social Enterprise UK, brings together a group of high-profile businesses aiming to collectively spend £1 billion with social enterprises in their supply chains.
Looking for reclaimed wood for your DIY project? Many of our wood stores around the country have now been able to reopen with appropriate social distancing measures in place. As each of our premises is unique, arrangements will vary. In
The Community Wood Recycling network is following government guidelines on suspending activities.
Leading construction and property services firm and long-time Community Wood Recycling partner Wates Group has cemented its position as one of the country’s leading supporters of the Social Enterprise sector, reaching a landmark spending target.
Community Wood Recyclers have worked to build an outdoor classroom for children near a major development to enjoy.
From 7-12th October we are joining the Social Enterprise UK campaign to encourage people to buy from social enterprises and help build a better world.