Welcome to NCFed

NCFed – Home to the UK Coppice Industry

The National Coppice Federation has grown out of the wish for regional coppice groups to unite under one banner as a federation of groups.

If you work in coppice then:

  • Join NCFed by either joining your local coppice group or create a new group where one does not already exist
  • Book your ticket to the annual gathering and meet other coppice workers, learn new skills and add your voice to the many
  • Get involved – contribute to this website, participate in the forum, projects and campaigns
  • Be informed about issues affecting biosecurity, pests, products, health & safety and legislation
  • Sign up to the Cleft Stick – the NCFed Newsletter – keep in touch with whats happening nationally and regionally
  • Take advantage of special deals – checkout the amazing Insurance deal for NCFed members

Read more about NCFed click here


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1 week ago

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So today was the first meeting of the North Wales Green Woodworking Group. I was amazed at the turnout. With over 30 people attending the first meet we really have a chance to get a sustainable group going. A big thankyou to everyone who came and for all the ideas and input. Hope to see some more of you at the next one. Details to follow. D
Sorry the pic is of the bowl I made this afternoon I was so busy talking to people I completely forgot to take pics.
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1 week ago

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Just going to re-share this image from back in the summer still can't say too much, but you may be interested in the 8-9pm slot on channel 4 next Friday the 18th 😘 ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

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A tradition carried on by hurdle makers in Hampshire today.A collection of photographs showing a man hurdle making in Alton, Hampshire.
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3 weeks ago

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Forestry Commission Woods and Forests
In 1919 the Forestry Commission was created. Join us to celebrate 100 years of forestry in 2019 🌳🌲

Find out about our history and how you can get involved → www.forestryengland.uk/100 #forests100
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