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.
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.
Oxford Wood Recycling, a member of the Community Wood Recycling network founded in 2005, has been awarded £250,000 by the Postcode Innovation Trust, which provides sustainable funding for social enterprises with money raised by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.
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.
Community Wood Recycling is supporting the campaign to save the Brighton and Hove Recycling Project Wood Store, the oldest wood recycling enterprise in the network.
Community Wood Recycling Managing Director Richard Mehmed has been marking the milestone of 150 tonnes of wood picked up from Interserve’s Mount Oswald site in Durham. The team from Newcastle Wood Recycling have made over 80 collections, saving 90 tonnes of
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.
A reporter from That’s TV Scotland Central visited Move On Wood Recycling to find out how they’re saving wood from going to waste, as well as providing volunteering and training opportunities for local people.
Linder Barker, interior designer and television presenter, was present for the opening of new premises for Community Wood Recycling enterprise Humber Wood Recycling.
The Wood Store Brighton has provided Ugly Butterfly, a new zero-waste restaurant from Chef Adam Handling, with tables and fittings made from reclaimed wood.