Forestry work in the 50 acre Soulton Bluebell Wood.
Our woodland will be thinned in the early part of this spring. The last major operations in the woodland were 15 years ago.
The woodland is primarilay oak, with beech, cherry, ash, yew and a mix of other native trees. In late April and early May it is carpeted with bluebells.
Another area of the woodland is managed for willow, which is used to make cricket bats.
The Timber will be used for fencing, construction, and logs. Some Red Oak and Beech will be milled nearby for flooring and other domestic interior type uses. If you are keen to trace that use forward for purcahes, we can put you in touch with the estate which is going to mill the timber.
Please note that Soulton Wood is being maintained for the next few weeks. pic.twitter.com/8yxXXJRw2k— Soulton Hall (@SoultonHall) March 16, 2018